• Lawrence Katz


Technical Change and the Relative Demand for Skilled Labor: The United States in Historical Perspective. Lawrence Katz, January 2013, Paper. "This paper examines long-term shifts in the relative demand for skilled labor in the United States. Although de-skilling in the conventional sense did occur overall in nineteenth century manufacturing, a more nuanced picture is that occupations “hollowed out”: the share of “middle-skill” jobs – artisans – declined while those of “high-skill” – white collar, non-production workers – and “low-skill” – operatives and laborers increased..." Link Verified October 13, 2014