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postwar reconstruction, female labor force participation, occupational choice
immigrants, schooling, rates of return
wages, international migration, EU enlargement, employment
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employment, EU enlargement, international migration, wages
immigration, imperfect substitution, disemployment effects, natural experiments, outmigration
race, gender, employment discrimination, skin tone, panel data
human capital formation, dismissal, Jewish professionals, political development
immigration, intergenerational mobility, natives, ethnic capital
gender earnings gap, lifetime work, lifetime earnings, human capital investment
capital-skill complementarity, elasticity of substitution, translog cost function
vulnerability, labor market, education, Roma, refugees, internally displaced people, discrimination, integration
postwar reconstruction, mandatory employment, marriage research
political behaviour, impressionable years, Jewish expulsions, socioeconomic status
historical institutions, female labor supply, occupational choice
Inflation, Inflation uncertainty and ARCH.
Race, Gender, Employment Discrimination, Skin Tone, Panel Data
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