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Occupational Skills Change and Employment Prospects for High School Graduates in New York City


  • David Curtis Skinner

    (Department of Economics, Fordham University)


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  • David Curtis Skinner, . "Occupational Skills Change and Employment Prospects for High School Graduates in New York City," Fordham Economics Dissertations, Fordham University, Department of Economics, number 2000.3.
  • Handle: RePEc:frd:theses:2000.3

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    1. Fran├žois Bourguignon & William H. Branson & Jaime de Melo, 1989. "Macroeconomic Adjustment and Income Distribution: A Macro-Micro Simulation Model," OECD Development Centre Working Papers 1, OECD Publishing.
    2. Addison, Doug, 1989. "The World Bank revised minimum standard model (RMSM) : concepts and issues," Policy Research Working Paper Series 231, The World Bank.
    3. Balassa, Bela, 1988. "Quantitative appraisal of adjustment lending," Policy Research Working Paper Series 79, The World Bank.
    4. Al-Mashat, Rania A. & Grigorian, David A., 1998. "Economic reforms in Egypt : emerging patterns and their possible implications," Policy Research Working Paper Series 1977, The World Bank.
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