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A Macro Model of the U.S. Labor Market (revised)

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  • Stanley W. Black

    (Princeton University)

  • Harry Kelejian

    (Princeton University)

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  • Stanley W. Black & Harry Kelejian, 1968. "A Macro Model of the U.S. Labor Market (revised)," Working Papers 383, Princeton University, Department of Economics, Industrial Relations Section..
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