Lifting Euro Area Growth: Priorities for Structural Reforms and Governance
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KeywordsSPN; Euro area; labor market; euro; GDP; EU transfer rule; address labor market dualism; convergence process; EU transfer; professional service; labor market feature; making labor market; euro area economy; labor market model; Labor markets; Labor market reforms; Services sector; Structural reforms; Labor policy; Northern Europe;
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