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Local labor markets, job matching, and urban location

Bibliographic reference Brueckner, Jan ; Thisse, Jacques-François ; Zenou, Yves. Local labor markets, job matching, and urban location. In: International Economic Review, Vol. 43, no. 1, p. 155-171 (Février 2002)
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