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A taxonomy of multi-industry labour force skills

AuthorsConsoli, Davide ; Rentocchini, Francesco
KeywordsIndustry dynamics
Issue Date2015
CitationResearch Policy 44(5): 1116-1132 (2015)
AbstractThis paper proposes an empirical study of the skill repertoires of 290 sectors in the United States over the period 2002–2011. We use information on employment structures and job content of occupations to flesh out structural characteristics of industry-specific know-how. The exercise of mapping the skills structures embedded in the workforce yields a taxonomy that discloses novel nuances on the organization of industry. In so doing we also take an initial step towards the integration of labour and employment in the area of innovation studies.
DescriptionPrevious versions of this manuscript were presented at the 2012 International Conference “The Governance of a Complex World” in Nice (France); at the seminar series of INGENIO (CSIC-UPV) in Valencia (Spain); at the 2013 EU-SPRI international conference in Madrid (Spain); at the seminar series of the Department of Economics, University of Turin (Italy); and at the 2013 DRUID conference in Barcelona (Spain).
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2014.12.005
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