Men, Women, and Machines: How Trade Impacts Gender Inequality
NBER Working Paper No. 18106
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We would like to thank Yona Rubinstein, Nathan Nunn and Peter Morrow for their thoughtful discussions of an earlier version of the paper. We also want to thank Eric Verhoogen and seminar participants at LSE, Dalhousie, and the LACEA-Conference of the Trade and Integration Growth Network, 18th Annual Empirical Investigations in International Trade. We would ike to thank INEGI officials for granting on-site access to the firm level data used in this study under the commitment of complying with the confidentiality requirements set by the Mexican Laws and in particular, to Gerardo Leyva, Adriana Ramirez Nava and Gabriel Romero Velasco. Carolina Villegas-Sanchez acknowledges financial support from Banco Sabadell. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.