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What does JOLE stand for?
JOLE stands for Journal of Labor Economics
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Agrawal, Suresh Chand (2007), "Wage Discrimination in Indian Manufacturing: A State-level Analysis," The Indian Journal of Labor Economics, Vol.
The study, published in the Journal of Labor Economics, found that by their third year in college, White students with Black roommates reported that 16 percent of their friends were Black.
David Macpherson, a professor of economics from Florida State University whose work has been featured in publications including Journal of Labor Economics, Industrial and Labor Relations Review and the Journal of Human Resources.
These shares are used directly as variables in our models, instead of the non-linear formulation adopted by Hellerstein, Neumark, and Troske in their 1999 article in the Journal of Labor Economics.
REFERENCES Abraham, Katharine and Susan Taylor, "Firms' Use of Outside Contractors: Theory and Evidence," Journal of Labor Economics, 1996, Volume 14, pp.
Journal of Labor Economics, October 1992, 10(4): 412-437.
63-97; and Shelly Lundberg, "The Added Worker Effect," Journal of Labor Economics, vol.