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Bangladesh Jobs Diagnostic


  • Thomas Farole
  • Yoonyoung Cho
  • Laurent Bossavie
  • Reyes Aterido


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  • Thomas Farole & Yoonyoung Cho & Laurent Bossavie & Reyes Aterido, 2017. "Bangladesh Jobs Diagnostic," World Bank Other Operational Studies 28498, The World Bank.
  • Handle: RePEc:wbk:wboper:28498

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    1. Yoonyoung Cho & Anastasiya Denisova & Soonhwa Yi & Upasana Khadka, 2018. "Bilateral Arrangement of Temporary Labor Migration," World Bank Other Operational Studies 30471, The World Bank.
    2. Ana Margarida Fernandes & Hiau-Looi Kee, 2020. "Gender Empowerment, Supply-Chain Linkages and Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence on Bangladesh," CESifo Working Paper Series 8538, CESifo.
    3. Robertson, Raymond & Kokas, Deeksha & Cardozo Medeiros, Diego & Lopez-Acevedo, Gladys, 2020. "Short and Long-Run Labor Market Effects of Developing Country Exports: Evidence from Bangladesh," IZA Discussion Papers 13041, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).
    4. Yoonyoung Cho & Zaineb Majoka, 2020. "Pakistan Jobs Diagnostic," World Bank Other Operational Studies 33317, The World Bank.
    5. World Bank, 2020. "Promoting Agri-Food Sector Transformation in Bangladesh," World Bank Other Operational Studies 33832, The World Bank.
    6. Fernandes,Ana Margarida & Kee,Hiau Looi, 2020. "Gender Empowerment, Supply-Chain Linkages and Foreign Direct Investment : Evidence on Bangladesh," Policy Research Working Paper Series 9340, The World Bank.
    7. World Bank, 2020. "Towards Safer and More Productive Migration for South Asia," World Bank Other Operational Studies 33559, The World Bank.


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