Nearly equally empty pocketbooks in the wake of reforms by Michael Wyzan FEW aspects of economic and social life have changed as much during the transition from central planning to the market economy as has the labor market. The most obvious manifestation of those changes has been a large increase in unemployment. In addition, employment […]

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