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Table 5 Industry dummies for ICT intensity and GAV intensity

From: International trade and unemployment: towards an investigation of the Swiss case

  Industry ICT intensive GAV intensive
1 Mining and quarrying 0 0
2 Manufacture of food products and beverages 0 0
3 Manufacture of textiles 0 0
4 Manufacture of wearing apparel 1 0
5 Manufacture of wood and of products of wood 0 1
6 Manufacture of paper and paper products 0 0
7 Publishing, printing and reproduction of recorded media 1 0
8 Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products 0 0
9 Manufacture of rubber and plastics products and other non-metallic mineral products 0 0
10 Manufacture of basic metals 0 1
11 Manufacture of fabricated metal products 0 0
12 Manufacture of machinery and equipment 1 1
13 Manufacture of office, accounting and computing machinery and other electrical machinery 1 0
14 Manufacture of radio, television and communication equipment and apparatus 1 1
15 Manufacture of medical, precision and optical instruments, watches and clocks 0 1
16 Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers 0 1
17 Furniture, rest of manufacturing 0 0
  1. Source: Own composition based on KOF (2005) and FOS (2002). The ICT dummy equals 1 if the investment in information and communication technology is above the average of 16% of total investment. The GAV dummy equals 1 if the coverage by collective labour contracts is above the average of 36%