1818 H Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20433
P.O. Box 7240
World Bank - Human Development Sector
IZA Institute of Labor Economics
acquired rights, labor mobility, migration, individual accounts, bi-lateral agreements
Aging, Population, Economic Growth, Fiscal Policy, Balkans, Bulgaria
active labor market programs, short work, subsidies, training, workfare, activation, sanctions, job search assistance, intermediation, counseling, cost-effectiveness
tax evasion, non-wage labor costs and benefits, informal employment, measurement of work disincentives, formalization tax rate
European labor markets, segmented labor markets, employment protection, social benefits, labor mobility
barriers to migration, housing market, internal labor mobility, transition economies
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