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Title The economics of skills obsolescence : theoretical innovations and empirical applications / edited by Andries de Grip, Jasper van Loo, Ken Mayhew.
Imprint Amsterdam ; Boston : JAI, 2002.
Edition First edition.

Series Research in labor economics, 0147-9121 ; v. 21
Research in labor economics ; v. 21.
Subject Skilled labor -- Congresses.
Unskilled labor -- Congresses.
Employees -- Effect of technological innovations on -- Congresses.
Alt Name Grip, A. de.
Loo, Jasper van.
Mayhew, Ken.
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 273 pages) : illustrations.
polychrome rdacc
Edition First edition.
Note Selected papers from a conference held in Maastricht, the Netherlands, 11-12 May 2001.--Pref.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Increasingly policy makers are focusing on the importance of skills and lifelong learning. The reason for this is that workers with sufficient and up-to-date skills are more productive and have more potential to remain employed. However, the processes that influence skill obsolescence, have largely been neglected in labor economics. It was in the 1990s that skill issues came to the top of the agenda, because of the general awareness of the rapid technological developments that affect the demand for human capital. Although the analysis of skill-biased technological change is at the heart of this.
Contents Introduction / Andries De Grip, Jasper Van Loo, Ken Mayhew -- The economics of skills obsolescence : a review / Andries De Grip, Jasper Van Loo -- New technologies, skills obsolescence, and skill complementarity / Bruce A. Weinberg -- Skills obsolescence and technological progress : an empirical analysis of expected skill shortages / Piet Allaart, Marcel Kerkhofs, Jaap de Koning -- Do older workers have more trouble using a computer than younger workers? / Lex Borghans, Bas ter Weel -- Non-biased technological change and growth / Rosa M. Fernández -- Employability and the costs of organizing work / Josef Falkinger -- Skill obsolescence and wage inequality within education groups / Eric D. Gould, Omer Moav, Bruce A. Weinberg -- Economic transformation and the revaluation of human capital Hungary, 1986-1999 / Gábor Kertesi, János Köllo? -- When do skills become obsolete, and when does it matter? / Jim Allen, Rolf van der Velden -- The obsolescence of skill / Finis Welch, Manuelita Ureta -- Age and schooling vintage effects on earnings profiles in Switzerland / José V. Ramirez.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780080494616 (electronic bk.)
0080494617 (electronic bk.)
9781849501750 (electronic bk.)
1849501750 (electronic bk.)
9780762309603
0762309601
OCLC # 169885143
Additional Format Print version: Economics of skills obsolescence. 1st ed. Amsterdam ; Boston : JAI, 2002 0762309601 (OCoLC)50402580


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