Male-female differences in labor market outcomes during the early transition to market: the case of Estonia and Slovenia
Peter F. Orazem, Milan Vodopivec, World Bank. Development Research Group. Poverty and Human Resources
World Bank, Development Research Group, Poverty and Human Resources, 1999 - Business & Economics - 41 pages
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