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Popyt na pracę w średnich i dużych przedsiębiorstwach przemysłu przetwórczego w Polsce w latach 1996-2003

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  • Jacek Socha, 2005. "Popyt na pracę w średnich i dużych przedsiębiorstwach przemysłu przetwórczego w Polsce w latach 1996-2003," Gospodarka Narodowa. The Polish Journal of Economics, Warsaw School of Economics, issue 7-8, pages 65-84.
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