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Transparency in Public Procurement – the Case of Slovenia

–327. Halonen, K. (2016). Disclosure Rules in EU Public Procurement: Balancing Between Competition and Transparency. Journal of Public Procurement , 16(4), 528–553. Jeršič, N. (2016). Primerjava novega ZJN-3 s prejšnjim ZJN-2 z vključenim strokovnim komentarjem . Ljubljana: Verlag Dashöfer. Kaštelan Mrak, M. and Vretenar, N. (eds.) (2017). Procurement at Local Government Level – Issues and Controversies . Retrieved 1 August 2017, from https//doi.org/10.17573/ipar.2016.4.03 . Mencinger, J. and Aristovnik, A. (2014). Fiscal policy stance reaction to the

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Substitution between Immigrant and Native Farmworkers in the United States: Does Legal Status Matter?

following wage differential equation between native (denoted by N ) and immigrant (denoted by M ) farmworkers in each age ( a ) and skill ( s ) group at time t , which is a function of relative labor supply in each skill–age–time cell (refer to Appendix A for details of the theoretical framework). (1) l n W s a t N W s a t N = − l n β s a t − 1 σ I ( l n L s a t N L s a t M ) $$ln\frac{W_{sat}^{N}}{W_{sat}^{N}}=-ln{{\beta }_{sat}}-\frac{1}{{{\sigma }_{I}}}\left( ln\frac{L_{sat}^{N}}{L_{sat}^{M}} \right)$$ where β sat reflects the efficiency of

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The Economic Effects of Providing Legal Status to DREAMers

All Docum. Undoc. Undoc17 Undoc17 Undoc17 HSG+ HSG+, 32- Employed (%) 61 61 68 60 60 57 College (%) 11 11 6 12 22 25 Non-employed (%) 28 28 27 27 18 18 Total count (Mn) 232.43 222.03 10.40 2.93 1.65 1.42 Wage ($) 20.61 20.82 16.39 14.73 15.94 14.40 as% Pop 100 95.53 4.47 1.26 0.71 0.61 as% Emp 100 95.53 4.99 1.24 0.70 0.57 Notes : The data are based on the 2012 American Community Survey (CMS version). We restrict to

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Is the Nigerian Stock Market Efficient? Pre and Post 2007-2009 Meltdown Analysis

anomalies based on earnings’ yields and values, Journal Financial Economics, 9(1), pp. 19-46. 81. Samuels, J.M. & Yacout, N., (1981), Stock exchanges in developing countries, Savings and development, 5(4), pp. 217-230. 82. Samuelson, P.A., (1965), Proof that properly anticipated prices fluctuate randomly, Industrial Management Review, 6(2), pp. 41-49. 83. Santomero, A., (1991), Money supply announcements: A retrospective, Journal of Economics and Business, 43, pp. 1-23. 84. Schwert, G.W., (2002), Anomalies in market efficiency, The Bradley Policy

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The Dynamics of Savings Mobilisation in Lesotho

Fatai, B.O., (2013), “Relationship between Savings and Economic Growth in Nigeria”, The Social Sciences and Medwell Journals, 8(3), pp. 224-230. 6. Carroll, C.D. and Wel, D.N., (1994), “Saving and Growth: A Reinterpretation”, Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy 40: pp. 133-192. 7. Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL), (1990-2017), Annual Reports. Maseru, Lesotho. 8. Central Bank of Lesotho, (2004), Supervision Annual Report. Maseru, Lesotho. 9. Central Bank of Lesotho (CBL), (2012), Kingdom of Lesotho Rural Financial Intermediation

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Demand and Characteristics of Customers of Reusable Products in Slovenia

–216. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2006.05.023 Babbitt, C., Ramzy, K., Williams, E., & Babbitt, G. (2009). Evolution of product lifespan and implications for environmental assessment and management: A case study of personal computers in higher education. Environmental Science & Technology, 43(13), 5106–5112. https://doi.org/10.1021/es803568p Bovea, D. M., Pérez-Belis, V., & Quemades-Beltrán, P. (2017). Attitude of the stakeholders involved in the repair and second-hand sale of small household electrical and electronic equipment: Case study in Spain

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Labor Migration in Indonesia and the Health of Children Left Behind

of the Indonesia Family Life Survey. HAZ, height-for-age Z-scores; WAZ, weight-for-age Z-scores. Source : Author’s calculation based on Indonesia Family Life Survey microdata. Table 1b Characteristics of children by migration status of parents (year 2007) (1) Full sample (2) Neither parent migrated (3) One parent migrated HAZ −1.21 (1.18) −1.20 (1.18) −1.43 (1.17) WAZ −1.11 (1.36) −1.09 (1.36) −1.36 (1.28) Male 0.52 (0.50) 0.52 (0.50) 0.53 (0.50) Age (years) 11.27 (2.24) 11.25 (2.24) 11.56 (2

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The World’s Oldest Profession? Employment-Age Profiles from the Transactional Sex Market

. Estimating a firm’s age-productivity profile using the present value of workers’ earnings. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 107(4): 1215-1242. 10.2307/2118386 Kotlikoff L.J. and Gokhale J. 1992 Estimating a firm’s age-productivity profile using the present value of workers’ earnings. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 107 4 1215 – 1242 Lahey, J.N. 2008. Age, women, and hiring: An experimental study. Journal of Human Resources, 43(1): 30-56. Lahey J.N. 2008 Age, women, and hiring: An experimental study. Journal of Human Resources, 43 1

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Labour Supply and Inequality Effects of In-Work Benefits: Evidence from Serbia

.1016/j.labeco.2006.04.001 Brewer, M. (2006). Tax credits: fixed or beyond repair? In: Chote, R. et al. (Eds.), The IFS Green Budget . London: Institute for Fiscal Studies. Brewer, M., Duncan, A., Shephard, A., & Suarez, M. J. (2006). Did working families’ tax credit work? The impact of in-work support on labour supply in Great Britain. Labour Economics , 13 , 699-720. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.labeco.2005.11.002 Clavet, N.-J., Tiberti, L., Vladisavljević, M., Žarković-Rakić, J., Anić, A., Krstić, G., & Ranđelović, S. (2019). Reduction of child

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The Marginal Benefit of an Active Labor Market Program Relative to a Public Works Program: Evidence from Papua New Guinea

0.053 102 0.078 0.025 [0.021] [0.027] Share with wood floor 113 0.894 102 0.882 –0.011 [0.029] [0.032] Years of education 112# 9.098 102 9.461 0.363 [0.196] [0.198] SE, standard errors in parentheses. * p < 0.10, ** p < 0.05, *** p < 0.01. N refers to the number of observations. #One people in the control group did not provide an answer to this question. 4.3 Addressing the equal trends assumption Sections 4.1 and 4.2 outline how the treatment and placebo

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