Reducing Poverty Through Labour Market Policies
Josť B. Figueiredo, Zafar Shaheed
International Institute for Labour Studies, 1995 - Cost and standard of living - 154 pages
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Active labour market policies and poverty alleviation
Labour market policies vulnerable groups and poverty
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