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Decentralisation of labour market policy may matter, but other policies matter more

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Cockx, Bart, and Bruno Van der Linden. 2009. “Decentralisation of Labour Market Policy May Matter, but Other Policies Matter More.” In Does It Make Sense to Regionalize Labour Market Institutions?, ed. Bart Cockx and Bruno Van der Linden, 2:21–25. Re-Bel.
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Cockx, B., & Van der Linden, B. (2009). Decentralisation of labour market policy may matter, but other policies matter more. In B. Cockx & B. Van der Linden (Eds.), Does it make sense to regionalize labour market institutions? (Vol. 2, pp. 21–25). Re-Bel.
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Cockx B, Van der Linden B. Decentralisation of labour market policy may matter, but other policies matter more. In: Cockx B, Van der Linden B, editors. Does it make sense to regionalize labour market institutions? Re-Bel; 2009. p. 21–5.
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Cockx, Bart, and Bruno Van der Linden. “Decentralisation of Labour Market Policy May Matter, but Other Policies Matter More.” Does It Make Sense to Regionalize Labour Market Institutions? Ed. Bart Cockx & Bruno Van der Linden. Vol. 2. Re-Bel, 2009. 21–25. Print.
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