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The Determinants Of Individual Unemployment Duration: The Case Of Malaysian Graduates

  • Hock-Eam Lim Author_Email: lheam@uum.edu.my

    (FE290 Economics Building, UUM,Sintok,Kedah)

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    Paper provided by Conference Master Resources in its series 2nd International Conference on Business and Economic Research (2nd ICBER 2011) Proceeding with number 2011-510.

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    Publication status: Published in 2nd ICBER 2011 Proceeding, March 2011
    Handle: RePEc:cms:2icb11:2011-510
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