Award Year

1999

Award Type

Honorable Mention

Dissertation Advisor

Lawrence Katz

Abstract

The essays in this dissertation explore the causes and consequences of three prominent U.S. labor market developments of the 1980s and 1990s: the rapid advent of workplace computerization, the historic rise in earnings inequality, and the unprecedented growth of temporary help supply employment (THS).

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