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2006 The economic effects of employment protection: evidence from international industry-level dataMicco, Alejandro; Pagés, Carmen
2007 Job security and the age-composition of employment: Evidence from ChilePagés, Carmen; Montenegro, Claudio E.
2007 No education, no good jobs? Evidence on the relationship between education and labor market segmentationPagés, Carmen; Stampini, Marco
2007 Social security coverage and the labor market in developing countriesAuerbach, Paula; Genoni, Maria Eugenia; Pagés, Carmen
2007 Investment climate and employment growth: the impact of access to finance, corruption and regulations across firmsAterido, Reyes; Hallward-Driemeier, Mary; Pagés, Carmen
2007 The economic effects of employment protection: Evidence from international industry-level dataMicco, Alejandro; Pagés, Carmen
2007 Investment climate and employment growth: The impact of access to finance, corruption and regulations across firmsAterido, Reyes; Hallward-Driemeier, Mary; Pagés, Carmen
2007 No education, no good jobs? Evidence from the relationship between education and labor market segmentationPagés, Carmen; Stampini, Marco
2008 Are all labor regulations equal? Evidence from Indian manufacturingAhsan, Ahmad; Pagés, Carmen
2008 Minimum wages in KenyaAndalón, Mabel; Pagés, Carmen
2008 Do employment subsidies work? Evidence from regionally targeted subsidies in TurkeyBetcherman, Gordon; Daysal, N. Meltem; Pagés, Carmen
2008 Is informality a good measure of job quality? Evidence from job satisfaction dataPagés, Carmen; Madrigal, Lucía
2009 Financial dependence, formal credit, and informal jobs: new evidence from Brazilian household dataCatão, Luis A. V.; Pagés, Carmen; Rosales, Maria Fernanda
2009 Part-time work, gender and job satisfaction: Evidence from a developing countryLópez Bóo, Florencia; Madrigal, Lucia; Pagés, Carmen
2009 Part-time work, gender and job satisfaction: evidence from a developing countryLópez Bóo, Florencia; Madrigal, Lucia; Pagés, Carmen
2011 Does expanding health insurance beyond formal-sector workers encourage informality? Measuring the impact of Mexico's Seguro PopularAterido, Reyes; Hallward-Driemeier, Mary; Pagés, Carmen
2013 Social Insurance, Informality and Labor Markets: How to Protect Workers While Creating Good JobsPagés, Carmen; Rigolini, Jamele; Robalino, David A.
2016 The Value of Social Security: Are Formal Jobs Better?Madrigal, Lucia; Pagés, Carmen; Suaya, Agustina
2017 Do payroll tax cuts boost formal jobs in developing countries?Pagés, Carmen