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Are worker management committees improving factory conditions? : a study of participation committees in ILO's better work factories (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)The literature on global supply chains has extensively studied the enforcement of transnational regulatory mechanisms with regards to outcomes on working conditions in factories located in the global south. While the ...
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)We derive a novel occupation-industry level panel of skill demands from the near-universe of tagged online job postings in the US for the last decade (2010-2018). We use this data to study how the skill demands of occupations ...
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)We formally replicate and extend Gompers and Lerner's (2000) findings that positively link venture capital fund flows to startup valuation. We confirm most of the original findings. However, we find a divergence in venture ...