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labor market, participation, immigrants, immigrant, immigration, International Migration, Economics of Minorities, Time Allocation and Labor Supply,
Migration, Germany, Labor Market, Wages, Unemployment, Participation
labour mobility, regional labour markets, migration, European integration
International Trade and Trade Rules, General Manufacturing, Food & Beverage Industry, Common Carriers Industry, Construction Industry, Business Cycles and Stabilization Policies, Plastics & Rubber Industry, Pulp & Paper Industry, Textiles, Apparel & Leather Industry, Food Security, Economic Growth, Industrial Economics, Economic Theory & Research, Armed Conflict, International Terrorism & Counterterrorism
Containment policies, COVID-19, Nighttime lights, India
unemployment, European regions, distribution dynamics, multi-level factor model
India, convergence, nighttime lights, financial development, public banks
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equlibrium real interest rate, estimation, monetary policy
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