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Unemployment in Recession - Royal Economic Society

Unemployment in Recession - Royal Economic Society

Unemployment in Recession - Royal Economic

This year’s lecture will be: Christopher Pissarides FBA Professor of Economics, London School of Economics. Co-recipient of the 2010 Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences The Royal Economic Society 2012 Annual Public Lecture Unemployment in Recession

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