Exports and Job Training

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Bastos, Paulo; Silva, Joana; Proenca, Rafael;
(2016)
  • Publisher: World Bank, Washington, DC
  • Subject: TRAINING COURSE | HIGH SCHOOL | OPEN ACCESS | PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS | OCCUPATION | EDUCATION | LABOUR MARKET | DISCUSSIONS | YOUTH | SKILLS | TRAINING CATEGORY | ELECTRICIANS | EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP | WORKER | TRAINING CATEGORIES | SKILLED WORKFORCE | KNOWLEDGE | FURTHER EDUCATION | SKILL LEVELS | WAGE GAINS | INVESTMENT | CLASSROOM | TRAINING PROVIDERS | LABOR | SCHOOLS | UNEMPLOYMENT | FORMAL TRAINING | PRODUCTION WORKERS | PARTICIPATION | WORKER HETEROGENEITY | ON-THE-JOB TRAINING | STUDENTS | TEACHING | OCCUPATIONS | TRAINING FIRMS | COMPULSORY EDUCATION | LABOUR | LITERATURE | LABOR MARKETS | DISSERTATION | TECHNICAL SKILLS | UNEMPLOYED | WORKERS | LABOR RELATIONS | HUMAN CAPITAL | JOBS | CURRICULUM | VOCATIONAL TRAINING | RETRAINING PROGRAMS | COURSE DURATION | TRAINING COURSES | FOREIGN LANGUAGES | SKILLED LABOR | TRAINED WORKERS | EMPLOYEE | WAGE INEQUALITY | RESEARCH | EXISTING WORKFORCE | TECHNICAL TRAINING | SOCIAL SECURITY | LABOR ECONOMICS | SCHOOL | GROUP WORKERS | AVERAGE WAGES | LABOUR MARKETS | PRODUCT MARKET | JOB TRAINING | CLERKS | TECHNOLOGIES | PROFESSOR | PROVISION OF TECHNICAL | TOTAL EMPLOYMENT | REAL WAGE | JOB | FIRM SIZE | PLANT SIZE | EMPLOYEES | CLASSROOM WORK | TRAINING PROVIDER | FORMAL EDUCATION | TRAINEES | STUDENT | GRADUATES | UNIVERSITY | TRAINING INSTITUTIONS | TRAINING | PAPERS | LABOR MARKET | PRODUCT MARKET COMPETITION | TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS | INDEXES | GENERAL EDUCATION | SKILL UPGRADING | MINIMUM WAGE | SCHOOL STUDENTS | EARNING | EXPORT MARKETS | SKILL GROUPS | WORK EXPERIENCE | PREVIOUS SECTION | GROUPS | READING | EMPLOYMENT | HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS | ENROLLMENT | LABOR MARKET ADJUSTMENT | WAGE BILL | MANAGEMENT | CONSUMER PRICE INDEX | SCHOOLING
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This paper examines whether export participation matters for job training. The paper draws on longitudinal worker-firm data for Brazilian manufacturing, linked with detailed records on training activity from the ... View more
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