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  • Date of last revision: 05 November 2020 13:18 Europe/Brussels
  • Date retrieved: 30 July 2021 09:32 Europe/Brussels
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ETUI contributors, 'Why have some countries become more unemployed than others? An investigation of changes in unemployment in EU member states since 2008', ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute, 05 November 2020 13:18 Europe/Brussels, <https://etui.org/publications/working-papers/why-have-some-countries-become-more-unemployed-than-others-an-investigation-of-changes-in-unemployment-in-eu-member-states-since-2008> [accessed 30 July 2021].

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ETUI contributors, "Why have some countries become more unemployed than others? An investigation of changes in unemployment in EU member states since 2008," ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute, https://etui.org/publications/working-papers/why-have-some-countries-become-more-unemployed-than-others-an-investigation-of-changes-in-unemployment-in-eu-member-states-since-2008 (accessed July 30, 2021).

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ETUI contributors. Why have some countries become more unemployed than others? An investigation of changes in unemployment in EU member states since 2008. ETUI, The European Trade Union Institute. November 05, 2020, 13:18 Europe/Brussels. Available at: https://etui.org/publications/working-papers/why-have-some-countries-become-more-unemployed-than-others-an-investigation-of-changes-in-unemployment-in-eu-member-states-since-2008. Accessed July 30, 2021.

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@misc{ etui:xxx, author = "{ETUI contributors}", author = "{ETUI contributors}", title = "Why have some countries become more unemployed than others? An investigation of changes in unemployment in EU member states since 2008 --- {ETUI}{,} The European Trade Union Institute", year = "2020", url = "https://etui.org/publications/working-papers/why-have-some-countries-become-more-unemployed-than-others-an-investigation-of-changes-in-unemployment-in-eu-member-states-since-2008", note = "[Online; accessed 30-July-2021]" }

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@misc{ etui:xxx, author = "{ETUI contributors}", title = "Why have some countries become more unemployed than others? An investigation of changes in unemployment in EU member states since 2008 --- {ETUI}{,} The European Trade Union Institute", year = "2020, howpublished = "\url{https://etui.org/publications/working-papers/why-have-some-countries-become-more-unemployed-than-others-an-investigation-of-changes-in-unemployment-in-eu-member-states-since-2008}", note = "[Online; accessed 30-July-2021]" }

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