Labor and Product Market Reforms in Advanced Economies; Fiscal Costs, Gains, and Support
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KeywordsBusiness cycles; Developed countries; Employment; Fiscal policy; Fiscal reforms; Labor market reforms; Legislation; Fiscal Policy; Structural Reforms; Public Debt; Labor Market; Product Market; Deregulation; Employment Protection; Unemployment Benefits; Labor Tax; Active Labor Market Policy; Structural Reforms; Public Debt; Labor; Market; Product Market; Deregulation; Employment Protection; Unemployment Benefits; Labor Tax; Active Labor Market Policy; Monetary Policy (Targets; Instruments; and Effects); General; Labor Force and Employment; Size; and Structure; Legal Monopolies and Regulation or Deregulation; Economics of Regulation; Institutions and Growth;
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- NEP-LAB-2017-04-02 (Labour Economics)
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