A jobless recovery with more people working?
Kevin Kliesen () and
Howard Wall ()
The Regional Economist, 2004, issue Apr, 10-11
One employment survey said 800,000 jobs were lost in the two years after the recession ended in November 2001. Another survey said 2 million more people were working. Can anyone account for this huge gap?
Keywords: Employment; (Economic; theory) (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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