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Unemployment and Labor Market Institutions: The Failure of the Empirical Case for Deregulation

September 2004, Dean Baker, Andrew Glyn, David Howell, and John Schmitt

This paper examines the evidence that labor market protections explain the pattern of unemployment across the developed world since the 1960s. It was published as Working Paper 2004-4 of the Center for Economic Policy Analysis of New School University.

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