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|2011 ||Extensive and intensive margins of labour supply: Working hours in the US, UK and France||Blundell, Richard / Bozio, Antoine / Laroque, Guy
|2012 ||The healthy fright of losing a good one for a bad one||Cristini, Annalisa / Origo, Federica / Pinoli, Sara
|2014 ||Using Spatial Econometric Techniques to Analyze the Joint Employment Decisions of Spouses||Kalenkoski, Charlene M. / Lacombe, Donald J.
|2014 ||Can US Coordination Failure Explain Why Americans Work So Much More than Europeans?||Schiff, Maurice
|2012 ||What happened to God's time? The evolution of secularism and hours of work in America, evidence from religious holidays||Lozano, Fernando A.
|2012 ||The role of preferences and opportunity costs in determining the time allocated to housework||Stratton, Leslie S.
|2013 ||Mothers, Friends and Gender Identity||Olivetti, Claudia / Patacchini, Eleonora / Zenou, Yves
|2013 ||U.S. versus Sweden: The Effect of Alternative In-Work Tax Credit Policies on Labour Supply of Single Mothers||Aaberge, Rolf / Flood, Lennart
|2013 ||Couples' Labour Supply Responses to Job Loss: Boom and Recession Compared||Bryan, Mark L. / Longhi, Simonetta
|2012 ||Coping with intra-household job separation in South Africa's labor market||McLaren, Zoë M.