When companies move production overseas in search of lower costs, what’s the best way to get the domestic workers who’ve lost their jobs back to work? Chicago Booth’s Anders Humlum and his coauthors explored two different types of labor-market policy designed to help displaced workers pivot to new jobs. Between classroom-based training and wage-subsidized job training, they find clear benefits to classroom programs, particularly for workers exposed to offshoring.

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