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|2009 ||Does formality improve micro-firm performance? Quasi-experimental evidence from the Brazilian SIMPLES program||Fajnzylber, Pablo / Maloney, William F. / Montes-Rojas, Gabriel V.
|2009 ||Estimating employment dynamics across occupations and sectors of industry||Cörvers, Frank / Dupuy, Arnaud
|2006 ||Mexican entrepreneurship: a comparison of self-employment in Mexico and the United States||Fairlie, Robert W. / Woodruff, Christopher
|2005 ||The flow approach to labor markets: new data sources, micro-macro links and the recent downturn||Davis, Steven J. / Faberman, R. Jason / Haltiwanger, John
|2006 ||Employment dynamics and the structure of labor adjustment costs||Varejão, José / Portugal, Pedro
|2002 ||Employed 40 Hours or Not-Employed 39: Lessons from the 1982 Mandatory Reduction of the Workweek||Crépon, Bruno / Kramarz, Francis
|2002 ||Taking a Second Chance: Entrepreneurial Restarters in Germany||Wagner, Joachim
|2004 ||Are Young and Small Firms Hothouses for Nascent Entrepreneurs? Evidence from German Micro Data||Wagner, Joachim
|2003 ||Are Nascent Entrepreneurs Jacks-of-All-Trades? A Test of Lazear's Theory of Entrepreneurship with German Data||Wagner, Joachim
|2003 ||The Impact of Office Machinery and Computer Capital on the Demand for Heterogeneous Labour||Falk, Martin / Koebel, Bertrand M.