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2005 Do temporary help jobs improve labor market outcomes for low-skilled workers? Evidence from Random assignmentsAutor, David H. / Houseman, Susan N.
2012 Short-time compensation as a tool to mitigate job loss? Evidence on the US experience during the recent recessionAbraham, Katharine G. / Houseman, Susan N.
2007 Freie Berufe - europäische EntwicklungenHerrmann, Harald
2007 Freie Berufe - Herausforderungen an die WissenschaftDeneke, Johann F. Volrad
2003 The distribution and re-distribution of income of self-employed as freelancers and entrepreneurs in EuropeMerz, Joachim / Hirschel, Dierk
2009 A Good Time for Making Work Pay? Taking Stock of In-Work Benefits and Related Measures across the OECDImmervoll, Herwig / Pearson, Mark
2014 Defining and Measuring Informality in the Turkish Labor MarketAcar, Elif Öznur / Tansel, Aysit
2014 Your very private job agency: Job referrals based on residential location networksHawranek, Franziska / Schanne, Norbert
2013 How do the unemployed search for a job? Evidence from the EU Labour Force SurveyBachmann, Ronald / Baumgarten, Daniel
2011 Child Costs and the Causal Effect of Fertility on Female Labor Supply: An investigation for Indonesia 1993-2008Priebe, Jan

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