A Comprehensive Study of Regional Labor Markets: The Structural Imbalances and the Behavior of Participants. Monitoring of Wages, the Experience of Reforming the System of Remuneration of Public Sector Employees
[Комплексное Исследование Региональных Рынков Труда: Структурные Дисбалансы И Поведение Участников. Мониторинг Заработной Платы, Опыт Реформирования Системы Оплаты Труда Работников Бюджетной Сферы]
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