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Tuesday, November 08, 2005


Kirk H. Sowell

Having not read the paper, I would say as a general observation that the flexibility of labor laws is the main factor in explaining differences between European states - between, say, Britain and the Netherlands on the one hand, and France and Germany on the other. They have many of the same social welfare services, but not the same labor regulation regime.

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