The Long-Run Labor-Market Consequences of Civil War: Evidence from the Shining Path in Peru
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- Galdo, Jose C., 2010. "The Long-Run Labor-Market Consequences of Civil War: Evidence from the Shining Path in Peru," IZA Discussion Papers 5028, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA).
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