Full text: Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft - 2008 Heft 3 (3)

34. Jahrgang (2008), Heft 3 Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft
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Table 3: Cumulative % change effects (1996-2005)
a) Employment: Cumulative % change during 1996-2005 due to: 
Industry Total econ.
Real wage 0.00 0.00
Real value added 18.90 11.59
Non-ICT Capital 0.69 0.00
ICT Capital -20.97 0.00
Foreign affliate employment-developed countries 0.00 0.00
Foreign affliate employment-east -6.96 -5.97
Foreign employment total cumulative %change effect -6.96 -5.97
Memo item: Actual cumulative % change in employment -4.89 7.32
b) Wage: Cumulative % change during 1996-2005 due to: 
Industry Total econ.
Employment 3.35 -3.31
Non-ICT Capital 0.93 0.00
ICT Capital 0.00 0.00
Foreign affliate employment-developed countries -7.23 0.00
Foreign affliate employment-east -17.93 0.00
Foreign employment total cumulative %change effect -25.17 0.00
Memo item: Actual cumulative % change in wages 12.86 3.91
c) Wage share: Cumulative %-point change during 1996-2005 due to:
Industry Total econ.
Non-ICT Capital t-1 0.75 0.00
ICT Capital t -4.32 0.00
Foreign affliate employment-developed countries -4.74 0.00
Foreign affliate employment-east -13.18 -1.82
Foreign employment total cumulative %change effect -17.92 -1.82
Memo item: Actual cum. %-point change in wage share -8.24 -4.80
and Wolfmayr (2007) also mention that aggregate studies might be hiding 
important firm level adjustment processes, to which we also agree. Based 
on firm level data they find no significant effect of affiliate employment on 
parent companies’ employment. While this reflects the direct effects on 
the parent companies, the sectoral results incorporate also the indirect 
results at the sectoral level, where negative effects seem to be dominating 
according to the results of our study.
        

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