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Government Policy and Labor Productivity : a speech at the "Washington Transformation? Politics, Policies, Prospects," a forum sponsored by the Summer Institute of Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, July 6, 2017

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  • Fischer, Stanley, 2017. "Government Policy and Labor Productivity : a speech at the "Washington Transformation? Politics, Policies, Prospects," a forum sponsored by the Summer Institute of Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew C," Speech 962, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.).
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