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Stylised facts of the Australian labour market / Guy Debelle and Troy Swann
Bib ID 359692
Format BookBook
Author
Debelle, Guy
 
Description Sydney : Economic Research Dept., Reserve Bank of Australia, 1998 
ii, 35 p. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Research discussion paper (Reserve Bank of Australia) ; 9804.

Notes

"April 1998"

Includes bibliographical references (p. 34-35).

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Subjects Labor market -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Swann, Troy  |  Reserve Bank of Australia. Economic Research Department

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