Taxation, social welfare and the role of labour market regulation: complements or substitutes? : an industrial relations perspective on the 'five economists plan'
Peter Gahan, Julien Barbara, University of New South Wales. School of Industrial Relations and Organizational Behaviour
University of New South Wales, School of Industrial Relations and Organisational Behaviour, 1999 - Business & Economics - 37 pages
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