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|2002 ||Differential effects of Swedish active labour market programmes for unemployed adults during the 1990s||Sianesi, Barbara
|2009 ||How robust are simulated employment effects of a legal minimum wage in Germany? A comparison of different data sources and assumptions||Müller, Kai-Uwe
|2013 ||Earned income tax credits, unemployment benefits and wages: Empirical evidence from Sweden||Bennmarker, Helge / Calmfors, Lars / Seim, Anna Larsson
|2009 ||Better protected, better paid: evidence on how employment protection affects wages||van der Wiel, Karen
|2009 ||Reforming German labor market institutions: a dual path to flexibility||Eichhorst, Werner / Marx, Paul
|2010 ||Wage and employment effects of non-binding minimum wages||Dittrich, Marcus / Knabe, Andreas
|2010 ||Fixed-term and permanent employment contracts: Theory and evidence||Cao, Shutao / Shao, Enchuan / Silos, Pedro
|2013 ||How do Beveridge and Phillips curves in the euro area behave under the stress of the world economic crisis?||Sell, Friedrich L. / Reinisch, David C.
|2009 ||Analyzing female labor supply: evidence from a Dutch tax reform||Bosch, Nicole / van der Klaauw, Bas
|2009 ||Long-term impact of youth minimum wages: evidence from two decades of individual longitudinal data||Cardoso, Ana Rute