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Unemployment insurance in Algeria : implications for a labor market in transition / Elizabeth Ruppert
Bib ID 1484059
Format BookBook
Author
Ruppert, Elizabeth
 
Description Washington, DC : World Bank, Middle East and North Africa Country Department I, Country Operations Division, 1996 
22 pages ; 28 cm. 
Series

Policy research working papers ; 1659.

Notes

"September 1996"--Cover.

Bibliography: p. 21-22.

Subjects Unemployment insurance -- Algeria.
Other authors/contributors World Bank. Middle East and Africa Region. Country Department I. Country Operations Division

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