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A stitch in time saves nine: procrastination and academic success

Every student knows how hard it can be to pull yourself together and study. From a short-run perspective, being lazy makes sense: studying is an investment in the distant future, while lying in the sun provides immediate utility. So procrastination … Continue reading

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Firms do not benefit from active labor market policies

Do firms benefit from active labor market policies? In order to answer this question, Michael Lechner, Conny Wunsch and Patrycja Scioch investigate the link between variation in the supply of workers who participate in specific types of active labor market … Continue reading

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