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125, reinforcing the within-industry effect. Table 4 shows the relative contributions of within- and between-industry effects for each of the skill dimensions for the period 1991 to 2001. Table 4. Contribution to change, percentage. 7 100 In summary, the within-industry effects were the main contributor to change for all skill dimensions over the 1991-2001 period. These were, in relative terms, most pronounced for cognitive skills. The conclusion to draw from these results is that technological change has been the dominant influence.
Most of the occupational adjustment that has occurred has coincided with the rapid increase in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capital expenditure observed from 1996-7 onwards and has been due to within-industry changes (ABS 2003). The between-industry changes that took place and the impact that these had on changes in mean skill levels are nearly entirely attributable to the post-recession period, 1991-1996. In total the effects played a much smaller part in the change observed over the decade.
4. Handmade Byzantine icon of Saint Nicholas (from 345, 351 and says that "Reau's IconograCrete). " Saint Nicholas is known as "Saint Nicholas of Bari", since "a shipload of Italian sailors rescued (or stole) the bones of St. Nicholas and took them to Bari, Italy, arriving on 9 May 1087" ; 59 see also Cruz. 40 A postage stamp commemorating this event was issued by Vatican City in 1987 (see Figure 5 s ), and a pilgrimage church was erected on the site in Bari and at this shrine in Bari, a sweet smell is often reported.