The Utilization of Human Capital in the U.S., 1975-1992: Patterns of Work and Earnings Among Working Age Males
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- Robert Haveman & Lawrence Buron & Andrew Bershadker, 1996. "The Utilization of Human Capital in the U.S., 1975-1992: Patterns of Work and Earnings Among Working-Age Males," Economics Working Paper Archive wp_180, Levy Economics Institute.
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