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Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB), Nürnberg [Institute for Employment Research, Nuremberg, Germany]

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Series handle: RePEc:iab:iabmit
ISSN: 0340-3254

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2003, Volume 36, Issue 4

2003, Volume 36, Issue 3

2003, Volume 36, Issue 2

2003, Volume 36, Issue 1

2002, Volume 35, Issue 4

2002, Volume 35, Issue 3

2002, Volume 35, Issue 2

2002, Volume 35, Issue 1

2001, Volume 34, Issue 4

2001, Volume 34, Issue 3

2001, Volume 34, Issue 2

2001, Volume 34, Issue 1

2000, Volume 33, Issue 4

2000, Volume 33, Issue 3

2000, Volume 33, Issue 2

2000, Volume 33, Issue 1

1999, Volume 32, Issue 4

1999, Volume 32, Issue 3

1999, Volume 32, Issue 2

1999, Volume 32, Issue 1

1998, Volume 31, Issue 4

1998, Volume 31, Issue 3

1998, Volume 31, Issue 2

1998, Volume 31, Issue 1

1997, Volume 30, Issue 4

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