October 1986
ILR Review;Oct86, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p128
Academic Journal
Correction notice
Corrections to the article "The Critical Wage, Unemployment Duration, and Wage Expectations: The Case of Chile" that was published in the January 1986 issue of Industrial & Labor Relations Review" are presented.


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