Working while studying : does it lead to greater attachment to the regional labour market?
Haapanen, M., & Karhunen, H. (2017). Working while studying : does it lead to greater attachment to the regional labour market?. In J. Corcoran, & A. Faggian (Eds.), Graduate Migration and Regional Development : An International Perspective (pp. 114-138). Edward Elgar. New Horizons in Regional Science.
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