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employers and fired employees, which is even more pronounced when, as happens in many countries, there is the possibility of settlement before labor courts intervene. Hence, the intervention of labor courts determines effective firing costs, both for cases settled out-of-the courts and those ruled by judges (see Daughety and Reinganum, 2012 ). In sum, effective firing costs depend both on severance payments established by EPL and costs associated with litigation. Judges are neither neutral nor unbiased agents, but rather they seem to decide on labor conflicts with some

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