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CEP Discussion Paper
Measuring the Gains from Labor Specialization Decio Coviello, Andrea Ichino and Nicola Persico
November 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1661:
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JEL Classification: J0; K0; M5


Tags: labor specialization; productivity of workers; judges

Journal Article
The persistence of local joblessness Michael Amior and Alan Manning
July 2018
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JEL Classification: J21;J61;J64;R23


Tags: labor force; employment; geographic labor mobility; immigrant workers; unemployment; job search; regional migration; regional labor markets; population; neighborhood characteristics

Journal Article
How Local Are Labor Markets? Evidence from a Spatial Job Search Model Alan Manning and Barbara Petrongolo
October 2017
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JEL Classification: J61;J64;R23;R58


Tags: geographic labor mobility; immigrant workers; unemployment; models; duration; incidence; job search; regional migration; regional labor markets; population; neighborhood characteristics

Manpower Human Resource Lab Paper
Temporary Agency Workers and Workplace Performance in the Private Sector Alex Bryson
May 2007
Paper No' MHRLDP0003:
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JEL Classification: J50; L22; L23; L24;


Tags: temporary agency workers; labour productivity; financial performance

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CEP Discussion Paper
Do Workers' Remittances Reduce the Probability of Current Account Reversals? Matteo Bugamelli and Francesco Paternò
February 2006
Paper No' CEPDP0714:
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JEL Classification: F32; F36; J61; O1


Tags: current account reversals; workers' remittances; international reserves; external debt

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CEP Discussion Paper
Minimum Wages and On-the-Job Training Daron Acemoglu and Jörn-Steffen Pischke
April 2002
Paper No' CEPDP0527:
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JEL Classification: J24;J31;J41


Tags: imperfect labor markets; low wage workers; general human capital; firm sponsored training


This paper has been published as:
Research in Labor Economics 22, 2003, pp.159-202