David Autor
David Autor
Professor of Economics, MIT
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TitleCited byYear
The skill content of recent technological change: An empirical exploration
DH Autor, F Levy, RJ Murnane
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 118 (4), 1279, 2003
51032003
Computing Inequality: Have Computers Changed the Labor Market?
DH Autor, LF Katz, AB Krueger
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 113 (4), 1169-1213, 1998
31171998
Computing inequality: have computers changed the labor market?
DH Autor, LF Katz, AB Krueger
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 113 (4), 1169-1213, 1998
31171998
Computing Inequality: Have Computers Changed the Labor Market?
DH Autor, LF Katz, AB Krueger
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1997
31171997
Skills, tasks and technologies: Implications for employment and earnings
D Acemoglu, D Autor
Handbook of labor economics 4, 1043-1171, 2011
26612011
Changes in the wage structure and earnings inequality
LF Katz, DH Autor
Handbook of labor economics 3, 1463-1555, 1999
26591999
Changes in the wage structure and earnings inequality
LF Katz, DH Autor
Handbook of labor economics 3, 1463-1555, 1999
26591999
Trends in US wage inequality: Revising the revisionists
DH Autor, LF Katz, MS Kearney
The Review of economics and statistics 90 (2), 300-323, 2008
26052008
Trends in US wage inequality: Revising the revisionists
DH Autor, LF Katz, MS Kearney
The Review of economics and statistics 90 (2), 300-323, 2008
26012008
The China syndrome: Local labor market effects of import competition in the United States
DH Autor, D Dorn, GH Hanson
The American Economic Review 103 (6), 2121-2168, 2013
24882013
The China syndrome: Local labor market effects of import competition in the United States
DH Autor, D Dorn, GH Hanson
The American Economic Review 103 (6), 2121-2168, 2013
24882013
The growth of low-skill service jobs and the polarization of the US labor market
DH Autor, D Dorn
The American Economic Review 103 (5), 1553-1597, 2013
22832013
The polarization of the US labor market
DH Autor, LF Katz, MS Kearney
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2006
1870*2006
Why are there still so many jobs? The history and future of workplace automation
DH Autor
The Journal of Economic Perspectives 29 (3), 3-30, 2015
13912015
Outsourcing at will: The contribution of unjust dismissal doctrine to the growth of employment outsourcing
DH Autor
Journal of labor economics 21 (1), 1-42, 2003
9952003
The rise in the disability rolls and the decline in unemployment
DH Autor, MG Duggan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 118 (1), 157-206, 2003
9932003
The rise in the disability rolls and the decline in unemployment
DH Autor, MG Duggan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 118 (1), 157, 2003
9902003
Skills, education, and the rise of earnings inequality among the" other 99 percent"
DH Autor
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2014
7612014
Nontraumatic osteonecrosis of the femoral head: ten years later
MA Mont, LC Jones, DS Hungerford
JBJS 88 (5), 1117-1132, 2006
7062006
The polarization of job opportunities in the US labor market: Implications for employment and earnings
D Autor
Center for American Progress and The Hamilton Project 6, 2010
6932010
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