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28: Deconstructing Growth in UK Manufacturing
Gavin Cameron, James Proudman and Stephen Redding
27: The Causes and Consequences of Changing Income Inequality: W(h)ither the Debate?
David Blanchflower and M. Slaughter
26: Low Pay and Employment Performance
Andrew Glyn
25: Implications of Skill-Biased Technological Change: International Evidence
Eli Berman, John Bound and Stephen Machin
24: Technology and Changes in Skill Structure: Evidence from Seven OECD Countries
Stephen Machin and John van Reenen
23: Labour Market Institutions and Economic Performance
Stephen Nickell and Richard Layard
22: Unemployment Equilibria and Input Prices: Theory and Evidence from the United States
Alan Carruth, N. Hooker and Andrew Oswald
21: The Effects of Unemployment on Subsequent Earnings: A Study of British Men 1984-94
Mary Gregory and R. Jukes
20: Human Capital, Investment and Innovation: What Are the Connections?
Stephen Nickell and Daphne Nicolitsas
19: The Macroeconomics of Happiness
Rafael Di Tella and MacCulloch, R.J.: Oswald, A.J.
18: Happiness and Economic Performance
Andrew Oswald
17: Does Aggregate Profitability Really Matter?
Andrew Glyn
16: The Rising Well-Being of the Young
David Blanchflower and Andrew Oswald
15: Changes Over Time in Union Relative Wage Effects in Great Britain and the United States
David Blanchflower
14: Labour Productivity and Product Quality: Their Growth and Inter-Industry Transmission in the UK 1979 to 1990
Christine Greenhalgh and Mary Gregory
13: Random or Non-Random Matching? Implications for the Use of the UV Curve as a Measure of Matching Performance
Paul Gregg and Barbara Petrongolo
12: Vocational Training and the Poaching Externality: Evidence for France
L Hocquet
11: Occupational Wage Differentials: Firm-Level Evidence for British Manufacturing
D Nicolitas
10: Dynamic Labour Market Behaviour in the British Household Panel Survey: The Effects of Recall Bias and Panel Attrition
G Paull
9: Quantifying a Dangerous Obsession? Competitiveness and Export Performance in an OECD Panel of Industries
Wendy Carlin, A Glynn and John van Reenen
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