The Role of Wage and Skill Differences in US-German Employment Differences / Die Bedeutung von Lohn- und Qualifikationsunterschieden für die deutschen-amerikanischen Beschäftigungsunterschiede
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KeywordsEmployment; unemployment; wages; skills; Beschäftigung; Arbeitslosigkeit; Löhne; Qualifikationen;
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