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Dispute resolution and self-selection in the public service

Gene Swimmer

Dispute resolution and self-selection in the public service

by Gene Swimmer

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Published by Carleton University. Department of Economics in Ottawa .
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Statementby Gene Swimmer and Stanley L. Winer.
SeriesWorking paper series / Carleton Industrial Organization Research Unit -- 87-03
ContributionsWiner, Stanley L., 1947-
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Open LibraryOL13907347M

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