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Does work pay in Slovenia?
Primož Dolenc, Primorska University, Faculty for Management, Koper Ministry of Finance, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Milan Vodopivec, Primorska University, Faculty for Management, Koper World Bank, Washington D.C., USA
Income transfers may generate work disincentives: if certain income payments are stopped when individuals (re)enter employment, this creates disincentives for taking employment
Keywords: economic policy, financial incentives to work, Slovenia, EU, OECD.
Year: 2005 | Volume: 29 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 341 - 362
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