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Understanding Labor Market

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January 2016
Prakash Loungani

This podcast is performed by Prakash Loungani. He is Senior Fellow at Policy Center for the New South and Advisor in the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund, was interviewed in the context of the fourth module of the Economic Analysis and Management training on “Understanding Labor Market” , January 27,2016.

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