Employment Protection in Industrialized Countries: The Case for New Indicators

  • Giuseppe Bertola
  • Tito Boeri
  • Sandrine Cazes
Part of the Social Indicators Research Series book series (SINS, volume 30)


Labour Market Unemployment Benefit Unemployment Insurance Employment Protection Labour Market Regulation 
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  • Giuseppe Bertola
  • Tito Boeri
  • Sandrine Cazes

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