Do Social Networks Inspire Employment? - An Experimental Analysis -
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- Berninghaus, Siegfried & Fischer, Sven & Güth, Werner, 2006. "Do social networks inspire employment? : An experimental analysis," Papers 06-11, Sonderforschungsbreich 504.
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