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Economics Departments, Institutes and Research Centers in the World

Department of Labor

Government of the United States

Location: Washington, District of Columbia (United States)
Homepage: http://www.dol.gov/
Phone: (202) 219-8211
Postal: Office of Public Affairs, 200 Constitution Ave., NW, Room S-1032, Washington, DC 20210
Handle: RePEc:edi:dolgvus
Areas or Functions: Ministries of Labor or Employment

Publications from this institution that are listed with RePEc:

  1. Working Papers, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

People who have registered with RePEc and have claimed to be affiliated with this institution:

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Their author profiles
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  1. Adams, Brian Michael
  2. Ashack, Elizabeth Ann
  3. Barkume, Anthony J.
  4. Faberman, Jason
  5. Giandrea, Michael D.
  6. Gittleman, Maury
  7. Handel, Michael Jeremy
  8. Handwerker, Elizabeth Weber
  9. Kim, Mina
  10. Matsumoto, Brett
  11. Meyer, Peter Benjamin
  12. Pabilonia, Sabrina Wulff
  13. Ruser, John William
  14. Smith, Dominic Aloysius
  15. Stewart, Jay
  16. Swinnerton, Kenneth
  17. To, Ted
  18. Williams, Brendan
  19. Works, Richard Floyd
  20. Zadrozny, Peter A.


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