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International Labor Standards and Trade: A Theoretical Analysis

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  • Brown, D.K.
  • Dearorff, A.V.
  • Stern, R.M.

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  • Brown, D.K. & Dearorff, A.V. & Stern, R.M., 1993. "International Labor Standards and Trade: A Theoretical Analysis," Working Papers 333, Research Seminar in International Economics, University of Michigan.
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    labour market ; economic theory;

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