Labor Market Policy in Developing Countries: A Selective Review of the Literature and Needs for the Future

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[Excerpt] This is a paper about modeling labor market policies in developing countries. The paper reviews labor market models from both a positive and a normative point of view. The survey is selective in that it exposits only some of the more significant research contributions and highlights the most important gaps and analytical needs.

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2007-09-01
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labor market policy; developing countries; labor markets
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