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Are There Asymmetries In The Effects Of Training On The Conditional Male Wage Distribution?

Mark Bryan (), Wiji Arulampalam () and Alison Booth ()

No 115, Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2004 from Royal Economic Society

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Date: 2004-09-17
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