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dc.identifier.bibliographicCitationFollow the usual style for your field or discipline. Please use Georgetown University in the Publisher field and DigitalGeorgetown in the database field. Use the name of the author/creator of this video in the creator field.en
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dc.descriptionIn this video, Professor Moran describes the Heckscher-Ohlin Model and addresses job inequality in the U.S.. He also addresses the role of globalization on the stagnation of wages and benefits for lower and middle classes. He addresses following key question: What do standard trade models predict about the impact of trade liberalization on wage inequality?en
dc.descriptionLearning Objective: Describe what standard trade models predict about the impact of trade liberalization on wage inequality.en
dc.descriptionLearning Objective: Describe the impact of trade and foreign direct investment liberalization on the number of jobs in the economy.en
dc.descriptionLearning Objective: Recognize the limitations of models in relation to empirical evidence.en
dc.descriptionLearning Objective: Explain the impact of trade expansion on the kinds of jobs in the economy, and associated wages.en
dc.description.abstractGlobalization's Winners and Losers: Challenges for Developed and Developing Countries - GeorgetownX - INFX523-01en
dc.publisherGeorgetown Universityen
dc.relation.isPartOfWEEK 3 - Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, and Wage Inequalityen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesVideo 11 of 15en
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dc.titleThe Heckscher-Ohlin Modelen
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