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Policy Research Working Papers
Increasing returns to schooling and rising inequality are well documented for developing countries and for some developed countries. The growing demand for skills is associated with recent technological developments. It is argued that computers in the workplace represent one manifestation of these changes. Research in the U.S. and other developed countries documents a premium for computer use. However, there is recent evidence suggesting that computer skills by themselves do not command a wagedoi:10.1596/1813-9450-3008 fatcat:3krnar2ncjekrflaedzcfebfc4