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Unemployment and vacancy fluctuations in the matching model: inspecting the mechanism

  • Andreas Hornstein
  • Per Krusell
  • Giovanni L. Violante

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Volume (Year): (2005)
Issue (Month): Sum ()
Pages: 19-50

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