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Estimating the wage penalty for maternal leave

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  • Buligescu, B.

    (Mt Economic Research Inst on Innov/Techn, RS: FSE MGSoG)

  • de Crombrugghe, D.P.I.

    (Quantitative Economics)

  • Mentesoglu, G.

    (Microeconomics & Public Economics)

  • Montizaan, R.M.

    (Research Centre for Educ and Labour Mark)

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  • Buligescu, B. & de Crombrugghe, D.P.I. & Mentesoglu, G. & Montizaan, R.M., 2008. "Estimating the wage penalty for maternal leave," ROA Research Memorandum 005, Maastricht University, Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA).
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    DOI: 10.26481/umaror.2008005
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