The Effects of Unemployment on the Earnings of Young Australians

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Matthew Gray (2000)
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    mesheuropmc: health care economics and organizations

The high rates of youth unemployment experienced in a number of OECD economies has raised concerns about the effect of this on subsequent earnings. Using the Australian Youth Survey (AYS) a longitudinal survey of Australian youth, we estimate the effects of unemployment... View more
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