THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF EMPLOYMENT-CONDITIONAL INCOME SUPPORT SCHEMES FOR THE LOW-PAID : AN ILLUSTRATION FROM A CGE MODEL APPLIED TO FOUR OECD COUNTRIES

@inproceedings{Scarpetta1999THEEE,
  title={THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF EMPLOYMENT-CONDITIONAL INCOME SUPPORT SCHEMES FOR THE LOW-PAID : AN ILLUSTRATION FROM A CGE MODEL APPLIED TO FOUR OECD COUNTRIES},
  author={Stefano Scarpetta},
  year={1999}
}

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