The Effects of Employer Mandates
In: Generating Jobs: How to Increase Demand for Less-Skilled Workers
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This chapter was published in: Richard B. Freeman & Peter Gottschalk (ed.) Generating Jobs: How to Increase Demand for Less-Skilled Workers, Russell Sage Foundation, pages 154-191, 1998.
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