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wage decomposition, ethnicity, Estonia, former Soviet Union
active labour market programs, threat effect, Denmark
welfare benefts, incentive effect, unemployment duration
social networks, wage differential, homophily, segregation, race, minorities
Industrial Economics, Technology Industry, Technology Innovation, Economic Theory & Research, Private Sector Economics, Economic Growth, Armed Conflict, Private Sector Development Law, Marketing
migration, labor market assimilation, ethnic Germans, transferability of human capital
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