Demographic Economics Research Perspectives
This publication brings new research in the field of demographic economics studies, the economics of labour, including the supply and demand of labour, decisions of workers/employers, and labour market problems (i.e. unemployment and unions).
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SECULARIZATION AND FERTILITY EVIDENCE FROM SPAIN
SOCIAL CHOICE AND PENSION REFORMS
SINGLE MOTHERS IN EUROPE A DECOMPOSITION APPROACH
LABOUR MARKET DEVELOPMENTS IN THE BALTIC STATES
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