Autor, Katz, Krueger (1998): QJE
Computing Inequality: Have Computers Changed the Labor Market?
David Autor, Lawrence Katz and Alan Krueger
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 113 (4), November 1998, 1169-1214.
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1. Levels and Changes in the Educational Composition of Employment and
the College+/High School Wage Premium, 1940-1996 (excel)
Table 2. College and College Equivalent Wage-Bill Shares, Supply and Demand Shifts, 1940-1996 (excel)
Table 3. Between- and Within- Industry Decomposition of the Increase in the Share of College Graduates in Employment, 1960 - 1996 (excel)
Table 4. Percent of Workers in Various Categories Who Directly Use a Computer at Work (excel)
Table 5. OLS First-Difference Panel Estimates of the Relationship Between Computerization and Educational Upgrading in 3-Digit Industries Between 1979 and 1993
Table 6. OLS First-Difference Estimates of the Relationship Between Computerization 1984 - 1993 and Growth in the College Wage-Bill Share in 3-Digit Industries 1960 - 1996
Table 7. Computers, Capital Intensity, R&D, and Skill Upgrading, 1960 - 1990 in Non-agricultural, Predominantly Private Sector Industries
Table 8. Change in the Nonproduction Worker Share of the Wage Bill in 450 Four-Digit Manufacturing Industries, 1959 - 1989*
*Note on Table 8: Unfortunately, the variable dexpsh that is needed to generate columns 4-8 was lost in the process of compiling the table 8 materials. Therefore, the do-file only generates columns 1 through 3. See tab8.log for the columns tab8.do generates, and tab8_full.log for all the Table 8 columns (1-8).