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Labor Market Adjustments to Structural Change and Technological Progress:

ISBN-13: 978-0275933760
ISBN-10: 0275933768
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EILEEN APPELBAUM is Professor of Economics at Temple University. /e She is the coauthor of, among other works, Job Saving Strategies (1988) and the author of Back to Work (1981).

RONALD SCHETTKAT is Senior Researcher at Wissenschaftszentrum--Berlin. He is the author of, among other works, Erwerbsbeteiligung und Politik (1987) and Innovation und Arbeitsmarktdynamik (1989).

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