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2009 Female labor supply and parental leave benefits: the causal effect of paying higher transfers for a shorter period of timeBergemann, Annette / Riphahn, Regina T.
2009 Female labor supply and parental leave benefits: The causal effect of paying higher transfers for a shorter period of timeBergemann, Annette / Riphahn, Regina T.
2009 Temporary jobs and job search effort in EuropeKahn, Lawrence M.
2009 Estimating employment dynamics across occupations and sectors of industryCörvers, Frank / Dupuy, Arnaud
2009 Caught in the trap? The disincentive effect of social assistanceBargain, Olivier / Doorley, Karina
2009 Count your hours: returns to education in PolandMyck, Michał / Nicinska, Anna / Morawski, Leszek
2004 Does Employment Protection Reduce the Demand for Unskilled Labor?Daniel, Kirsten / Siebert, William Stanley
2010 Poorer health - shorter hours? Health and flexibility of hours of workGeyer, Johannes / Myck, Michał
2010 A frictionless model of job flows and the Beveridge CurveReicher, Christopher Phillip
2007 Do reduced child care prices make parents work more?Lundin, Daniela / Mörk, Eva / Öckert, Björn

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