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Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Globalization and Monetary Policy Institute Working Papers
I evaluate the quantitative implications of technology change and government policies for output and factor income shares during East Germany's transition since 1990. I model an economy that gains access to a high productivity technology embodied in new plants. As existing low productivity plants decrease production, the capital income share varies due to variation in the profit share of these plants. Two policies -transfers and governmentmandated wage increases -have opposite effects on outputdoi:10.24149/gwp43 fatcat:fnzgqwc6orfc5gp7bkkhcmhmjm