Who gains when workers train? Training and corporate productivity in a panel of British industries
John Van Reenen;
Subject: Productivity, training, wages, panel data
jel: jel:C23 | jel:J31 | jel:D24
There is a vast empirical literature of the effects of training on wages that are taken as an indirect measure of productivity. This paper is part of a smaller literature on the effects of training on direct measures of industrial productivity. We analyse a panel of Bri... View more
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