Globalization, Gender, and the Family
NBER Working Paper No. 25247
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First draft: December 2016. The study is sponsored by the Labor Market Dynamics and Growth Center (LMDG) at Aarhus University. Support from Aarhus University and Statistics Denmark are acknowledged with appreciation. We thank Henning Bunzel for his help with the data, Tibor Besedes, Ben Faber, Hank Farber, Stephen Machin, John McLaren, Bob Pollak, Veronica Rappoport, Steve Redding, Andres Rodriguez-Clare, and Kjetil Storesletten, as well as audiences at the ASSA 2018, UC Berkeley, Bielefeld, The Role of the Firm in the Labor Market Conference (Berlin), CAED Conference (Michigan), SETC Cagliari, CEPR ERWIT, Copenhagen, the Duke Trade Conference, EEA Geneva, EEA Cologne, EIIT Boulder, ETSG Florence, IAB Nuremberg, IfW Kiel, the IZA/Barnard Gender and Family Conference, Kentucky, Munich, Oslo, Princeton, RIETI (Tokyo), Trento, UIBE (Beijing), and ETH Zurich for useful comments. Kyle Butts and Adam Solar provided valuable research assistance. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.