Low-Wage Labor Markets: Changes over the Business Cycle and Differences across Region and Location
In: The Low-Wage Labor Market: Challenges and Opportunities for Economic Self-Sufficiency
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This chapter was published in: Kelleen Kaye & Demetra Smith Nightingale (ed.) The Low-Wage Labor Market: Challenges and Opportunities for Economic Self-Sufficiency, Urban Institute Press, pages 41-61, 2000.
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