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Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano
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job satisfaction, union membership, union recognition, endogeneity
unemployment, demographic, education, labour market institutions
Returns to Education, Expectations Formation, Information Processing
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Expectations formation, information processing, returns to education
Unemployment, wages, labour market, institutions
wage differentials, public sector, quantile regression
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College wage gap, growth of college wage gap, labour market institutions, Europe
public-private wage differentials, regional labour market, geographically weighted regressions
File name: manc.
wage moderation, employment, taxation
wage inequality, education, labour market institutions
working conditions, mental health, health and safety regulation, labour market institutions
maths grades, quantile regression, survival analysis
performance related pay, productivity, unions
university reforms, college enrolment, college drop-out
social multiplier, students' cheating, randomized experiment
wage curve, local labour markets, quantile regressions
smoking bans, workers health, difference-in-differences
migration, earnings, human capital portability, occupational attainment, wage differentials, human capital
File name: labr.
File name: bjir.
family values, preferences for welfare, culture, religion
political instability, labor market institutions, unemployment
File name: obes.
File name: labr.
gender discrimination, female leadership, work organization
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