Globalization and the perceptions of american workers kenneth scheve matthew slaughter on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers a number of recent events in the united states attest to a globalization backlash in opposition to continued liberalization of trade. In this study matthew j slaughter draws on data and surveys to examine the measurable and the perceived effects of us engagement with the world on american workers he first explores whether their large relative losses will continue to limit us international economic initiatives and then looks at perceptions of globalizations effects measured as individual preferences. The authors of this book argue that this characterization is wrong the backlash reflects widespread skepticism among us citizens about globalization and these perceptions seem to be closely connected to the labor market pressures that globalization may be imparting on us workers. Less skilled us workers a group that still constitutes the majority of the us labor force have had close to zero or even negative real wage growth and have also seen sharp declines in their wages relative to more skilled workerswhile concerns about the impact of globalization on the environment human rights and other issues are an . Globalization and the perceptions of american workers bibliographic details main author scheve kenneth f other authors slaughter matthew j format book language english a globalization and the perceptions of american workers c kenneth f scheve and matthew j slaughter 260
How it works:
1. Register Trial Account.
2. Download The Books as you like ( Personal use )