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Is job polarisation accompanied by wage polarisation?

F. De Sloover and Y. Saks
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F. De Sloover: National Bank of Belgium
Y. Saks: National Bank of Belgium

Economic Review, 2018, issue iii, 79-90

Abstract: Does job polarisation imply wage polarisation? And where does Belgium stand?

Date: 2018
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