Unemployment by Gender: Evidence from EU Countries

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Bakas, D; Papapetrou, E;

This paper applies panel unit-root tests that allow for structural breaks and cross-sectional dependence to examine the validity of hysteresis in gender unemployment rates and gender unemployment gap for a panel of 15 European countries. Addressing breaks, there is evid... View more
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