Who Am I?

Hi everyone! My name is Maria Lourenço and I'm 24 years old. I was born in a small village in Castelo Branco, in the center of Portugal. I consider myself a responsible, persistent girl (which can sometimes be considered stubbornness). As soon as I started college, I had to leave home and live alone, which made me independent and responsible for my actions. I'm currently in the third, and last, year of my Bachelor's degree in Management.

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By Katz 1999

“Technological Change, Computerization, and the Wage Structure” in Understanding the Digital Economy: Data, Tools, and Research, ed. by E. Brynjolfsson, and B. Kahin

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Article 2

By Acemoglu 1997

“Technical Change, Inequality and the Labor Market”, Journal of Economic LiteratureTechnical change, Inequality and the Labor Market

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Blog News One
By Jonathan Rothwell 8th November 2019

If People Were Paid by Ability, Inequality Would Plummet.

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Blog News Two
By Express-News 29th November 2019

Editorial: The wage gap between men and women must be eliminated

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Blog News Three
By Robert J. Samuelson 25th November 2019

How workaholics drive inequality

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