The Impact of Regulations on Brazilian Labor Market Performance
In: Law and Employment: Lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean
The objective of this paper is to identify whether the prevailing Brazilian labor market regulations, largely the result of the 1988 constitutional change, have any impact on labor market performance. To reach this objective we explore alternative methodologies, sources of information and measures of labor market performance.
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