It provides links to “other versions of this paper”, which is typically the same working paper published in all of the coauthors’ institutions, some additional global repos, and the final published version.
For the round table on economic communication & social media at the #AFSE2019 conference, June 17, I was wondering: You, economist-researchers, through which channel do you think you are currently most read?
1 email 2 #Re PEc, Scholar, etc 3 web/Google 4 social media #econtwitter twitter.com/SZignago/statu…
I use a combo of Google Scholar and Re PEc (@repec_org).
The potential impact of the project is significant in that it offers a new way of understanding the implications of poverty in contemporary Canadian society by looking at one of its root causes, namely precarious employment.
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