Labour Economics

This report is edited by Joseph Marchand, University of Alberta. It brings out roughly 23 papers per issue.
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Joseph Marchand also edits on “” since 2013–11–29 and on “” since 2015–02–28.
From 2013–02–08 until 2015–02–22 the report was edited by Erik Jonasson. From 2004–12–12 until 2013–02–03 the report was edited by Stephanie Lluis.
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