Trade Openness and Youth Employment in Sub-Saharan Africa: Should We Regulate the Labor Market?
Koffi Kpognon , Henri Atangana Ondoa , Mamadou Bah
Journal of Economic Integration. 2020;35(4):751-777.   Published online 2020 Nov 30     DOI:
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