European vs American Hours Worked: assessing the role of the extensive and intensive margins
Europeans have worked less than Americans since the 1970s. In this paper, we quantify the relative importance of the extensive and intensive margins of aggregate hours of market work on the observed differences. Our counterfactual exercises show that the two dimensions of the extensive margin, the e...
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|published in:||Economics bulletin Vol. 29; no. 2; pp. 530 - 542|
|Data of publication:||2009|
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