forthcoming at International Economic Review, DOI 10.1111/iere.12524
manuscript version, CEPR DP15953
Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Volume 37, No. 1, Spring 2021, pp 113-131, DOI 10.1093/oxrep/graa063
Article at OxREPmanuscript version
Labour Economics, Special Issue on Technology and the Labour Market, Volume 67C, December 2020, 101930, DOI 10.1016/j.labeco.2020.101930
Article at Labour Economics, manuscript version
We summarized our findings and their implications in a (nontechnical) VoxEU column (reproduced by the World Economic Forum) and a post on ProMarket.org.
Review of Economic Dynamics, Volume 39, January 2021, pp 304-343, DOI 10.1016/j.red.2020.07.007
Article at RED, manuscript version
(N.B.: The two papers above jointly supersede a previous paper entitled "Disentangling occupation- and sector-specific technological change" that was circulated as CEPR DP12663)
Travail et Emploi, Issue 157, October 2019, Special Issue on Polarization(s) in Labor Markets, pp 25-44, DOI 10.4000/travailemploi.8996
Article at Travail et Emploi
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, Volume 10, No. 1, January 2018, pp 57-89, DOI 10.1257/mac.20150258
Complimentary Access at AEJ:Macro, manuscript version
The AEA featured some data from the paper in their Chart of the Week (commencing 15 Jan 2018).
The Guardian featured some of the findings in an article on Sunday 20 August 2017; see here. They were also covered in the Japan Economic News.
Review of Economic Dynamics, Volume 24, March 2017, pp 152-174, DOI 10.1016/j.red.2017.01.010
Open Access at RED, manuscript version, online appendix
Journal of Demographic Economics, Volume 81, Issue 03, September 2015, pp 217-260, DOI 10.1017/dem.2015.7
Complimentary Access at JODE, manuscript version
We summarized our paper in a Cambridge Core blog post.
Draft coming soon