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treatment evaluation, equilibrium effects, matching estimators
evaluation of labor market programs, training, duration model, timing of events, anticipation
propensity score, training, unemployment duration, program participation, treatment, matching, contamination bias
consumer search, revealed preferences, individual heterogeneity, price dispersion, internet
matching function estimation, unemployment, vacancies, job finding
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Job Finding, Matching Function Estimation, Unemployment, Vacancies
mental health, job search, life cycle
compensating differentials, labour turnover, sample selection, teaching labour markets
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