Vacation laws and annual work hours

  title={Vacation laws and annual work hours},
  author={Joseph G. Altonji and Jennifer L. Oldham},
Joseph G. Altonji is a professor of economics at Yale University and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Jennifer Oldham is an analyst at Citadel Investment Group. This research was supported by the Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern University, the Economic Growth Center, Yale University, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, and the National Science Foundation under grants SES-0112533 and SES-0301142. The authors thank Sherry Wang for excellent research… CONTINUE READING

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