Private sector employment growth, 1998--2004: a panel analysis of British workplaces
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- Alex Bryson & Satu Nurmi, 2008. "Private Sector Employment Growth, 1998-2004: A Panel Analysis of British Workplaces," CEP Discussion Papers dp0861, Centre for Economic Performance, LSE.
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