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1. Title: Real Unit Labor Costs Differentials in EMU: How Big, How Benign and How Reversible?
  Author/Editor: Lebrun, Igor ; Perez Ruiz, Esther
  Series: Working Paper No. 11/109
  Published: May 01, 2011
  Subject(s): Capital accumulation | Economic models | Euro Area | European Economic and Monetary Union | Labor costs | Monetary policy
  Author's Keyword(s): Relative real unit labor costs | capital-output ratio | labor and product market institutions | EMU.
 
2. Title: Zambia: Fifth Review Under the Three-Year Arrangement Under the Extended Credit Facility, Requests for Waiver of Nonobservance of Performance Criterion and Modification of Performance Criteria, and Financing Assurances Review
  Series: Country Report No. 10/383
  Published: December 27, 2010
  Subject(s): Agricultural prices | Agricultural product marketing | Debt management | Debt sustainability analysis | Economic indicators | Extended Credit Facility | External borrowing | Fiscal policy | Infrastructure | Monetary policy | Performance criteria modifications | Performance criteria waivers | Zambia
 
 
3. Title: The Italian Labor Market: Recent Trends, Institutions, and Reform Options
  Author/Editor: Schindler, Martin
  Series: Working Paper No. 09/47
  Published: March 01, 2009
  Subject(s): Labor markets | Italy | Labor market reforms | Labor productivity | Wages | Fiscal policy | Economic models | Cross country analysis
  Author's Keyword(s): Labor markets | product markets | regulations | fiscal policy | Italy | matching model
 
4. Title: Canadian Firm and Job Dynamics
  Author/Editor: Balakrishnan, Ravi
  Series: Working Paper No. 08/31
  Published: February 01, 2008
  Subject(s): Productivity | Canada | Labor markets | Employment | Commodity prices
  Author's Keyword(s): Job creation | job destruction | firm births | firm deaths | labor and product market efficiency | productivity | creative destruction
 
5. Title: Does Technological Diffusion Explain Australia's Productivity Performance?
  Author/Editor: Tressel, Thierry
  Series: Working Paper No. 08/4
  Published: January 01, 2008
  Subject(s): Productivity | Australia | Labor markets
  Author's Keyword(s): Australia | productivity | technology diffusion | labor market | product market
 
6. Title: Labor and Product Market Deregulation: Partial, Sequential, or Simultaneous Reform?
  Author/Editor: Berger, Helge ; Danninger, Stephan
  Series: Working Paper No. 05/227
  Published: December 01, 2005
  Subject(s): Labor market policy | Employment | Labor market reforms | Economic models
  Author's Keyword(s): Product market regulation | labor market regulation | employment growth | policy coordination | sequencing
 
7. Title: Product Market Regulation and the Benefits of Wage Moderation
  Author/Editor: Estev√£o, Marcello M.
  Series: Working Paper No. 05/191
  Published: September 01, 2005
  Subject(s): Labor markets | Wages | Unemployment | Wage moderation
  Author's Keyword(s): Structural change | product market | labor market | reforms
 
8. Title: Reforming Labor and Product Markets: Some Lessons from Two Decades of Experiments in Europe
  Author/Editor: Boeri, Tito
  Series: Working Paper No. 05/97
  Published: May 01, 2005
  Subject(s): Economic reforms | Europe | Labor markets | Manufacturing sector | Structural adjustment
  Author's Keyword(s): Structural reforms | labor market reform | product market reform | Europe
 
9. Title: Impact of Structural Reforms on Productivity Growth in Industrial Countries
  Author/Editor: Salgado, Ranil
  Series: Working Paper No. 02/10
  Published: January 01, 2002
  Subject(s): Productivity | OECD | Industrial production | Structural adjustment | Trade | Markets
  Author's Keyword(s): Productivity | growth | structural reforms | trade | product markets
 

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