Book reviews: The Economics of Imperfect Labor Markets

DANIELA PAŞNICU

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Tito Boeri is professor  of economics  at Bocconi University in Milan and scientific director at Fondazione Rodolfo Debenedetti. Jan van Ours is professor of economics  at Tilburg University in the Netherlands and temporary employee as professor of economics at Melbourne University. Their research field is mainly the labour economics and they have become notorious in the specialist literature for studying relevant economic phenomena, as well as their reflection on every day’s life.


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TITO BOERI, JAN VAN OURS

The Economics of Imperfect Labor Markets

Princeton University Press, 2008


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