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exit rate, hazard rate, unobserved heterogeneity, duration dependence, nonparticipation
coping strategies, bride wealth, duration models, wealth shocks, dynamic programming model
self-employed, income insurance, disability transitions, health, lifestyle
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sickness absenteeism, self-employment, medical interventions, dynamic treatment effects
Part-time employment, unemployment
Wage bargaining, Wage dynamics, Chaos, Strike, Cyclic behavior
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