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The Joint Effect of Firing Costs on Employment and Productivity in Search and Matching Models

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  • Bjoern Bruegemann

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employment and average productivity.

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  • Bjoern Bruegemann, 2007. "The Joint Effect of Firing Costs on Employment and Productivity in Search and Matching Models," 2007 Meeting Papers 684, Society for Economic Dynamics.
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