Guido Matias Cortes
Guido Matias Cortes
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, York University
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Where have the middle-wage workers gone? A study of polarization using panel data
GM Cortes
Journal of Labor Economics 34 (1), 63-105, 2016
Disappearing routine jobs: Who, how, and why?
GM Cortes, N Jaimovich, HE Siu
Journal of Monetary Economics 91, 69-87, 2017
The dynamics of disappearing routine jobs: A flows approach
GM Cortes, N Jaimovich, CJ Nekarda, HE Siu
Labour Economics 65, 101823, 2020
The growing importance of social tasks in high-paying occupations: implications for sorting
GM Cortes, N Jaimovich, HE Siu
Journal of Human Resources, 0121-11455R1, 2021
Heterogeneous Labor Market Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic
GM Cortes, E Forsythe
ILR Review, 00197939221076856, 2020
The costs of occupational mobility: An aggregate analysis
GM Cortes, G Gallipoli
Journal of the European Economic Association 16 (2), 275-315, 2018
Delving into the demand side: Changes in workplace specialization and job polarization
GM Cortes, A Salvatori
Labour economics 57, 164-176, 2019
Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic and the CARES Act on Earnings and Inequality
GM Cortes, E Forsythe
Upjohn Institute Working Paper, 2020
Do technological advances reduce the gender wage gap?
GM Cortes, A Oliveira, A Salomons
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 36 (4), 903-924, 2020
Rising concentration and wage inequality
GM Cortes, J Tschopp
IZA Discussion Paper, 2020
Are routine jobs moving south? Evidence from changes in the occupational structure of employment in the US and Mexico
GM Cortes, DM Morris
Evidence from Changes in the Occupational Structure of Employment in the US …, 2019
Caught in the Cycle: Economic Conditions at Enrolment and Labour Market Outcomes of College Graduates
A Bičáková, GM Cortes, J Mazza
The Economic Journal 131 (638), 2383-2412, 2021
Technological change, firm heterogeneity and wage inequality
GM Cortes, A Lerche, U Schönberg, J Tschopp
Mimeo (https://www. dropbox. com/s/jcpm28binsgqhbp/Draft_v1_0. pdf, 2020
Make Your Own Luck: The Wage Gains from Starting College in a Bad Economy
A Bicakova, GM Cortes, J Mazza
CERGE-EI Working Paper Series, 2021
Changes in the Returns to Skill and the Variance of Unobserved Ability
GM Cortes, MA Hidalgo
Economics School of Social Sciences, the University of Manchester, 2016
Essays on the task content of occupations and occupational mobility
GM Cortes
University of British Columbia, 2012
Between-group inequality may decline despite a rising skill premium
I Aziz, GM Cortes
Labour Economics 72, 102063, 2021
The Individual-Level Patterns Underlying the Decline of Routine Jobs
GM Cortes
Travail et Emploi, 45-66, 2019
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