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Developing a longitudinal database on businesses in the Canadian economy

an approach to the study of employment.

by Canada. Statistics Canada. Business Microdata Integration and Analysis.

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Number of Pages128
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ISBN 100660126699

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Developing a longitudinal database on businesses in the Canadian economy. Ottawa: Statistics Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Statistics Canada. Business Microdata Integration and Analysis.

ISBN: OCLC. Statistics Canada,‘Developing a Longitudinal Database on Businesses in the Canadian Economy, An Approach to the Study of Employment’, Publication No. 18–, Ottawa. Wannell, T.,‘Trends in the Distribution of Employment by Employee Size: Recent Canadian Evidence’, Research Paper No.

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