The Natural Survival of Work: Job Creation and Job Destruction in a Growing Economy
Every working day in the United States, 90,000 jobs disappear—and an equal number are created. This discovery has radically altered the way economists think about how labor markets work. Without this necessary phenomenon of "creative destruction," our economies would experience much lower...
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The MIT Press 2009
|Data of publication:||2009|
MIT Press Books
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