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Monday, November 14, 2005

Technology and international trade

They result in pretty much the same kind of creative destruction, points out Alan Blinder. "The microchip has probably displaced more American workers than China ever will," he writes. So why do some of us have different attitudes towards these two things?

(Link via EconLog, where Arnold Kling answers the question above.)
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