Back to Labour Markets ? Who Got Ahead in Post-Communist Societies after 1989? The Case of East Germany

Solga H, Goedicke A, Diewald M (2002)
European Societies 4(1): 27-52.

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Solga H, Goedicke A, Diewald M. Back to Labour Markets ? Who Got Ahead in Post-Communist Societies after 1989? The Case of East Germany. European Societies. 2002;4(1):27-52.
Solga, H., Goedicke, A., & Diewald, M. (2002). Back to Labour Markets ? Who Got Ahead in Post-Communist Societies after 1989? The Case of East Germany. European Societies, 4(1), 27-52.
Solga, H., Goedicke, A., and Diewald, M. (2002). Back to Labour Markets ? Who Got Ahead in Post-Communist Societies after 1989? The Case of East Germany. European Societies 4, 27-52.
Solga, H., Goedicke, A., & Diewald, M., 2002. Back to Labour Markets ? Who Got Ahead in Post-Communist Societies after 1989? The Case of East Germany. European Societies, 4(1), p 27-52.
H. Solga, A. Goedicke, and M. Diewald, “Back to Labour Markets ? Who Got Ahead in Post-Communist Societies after 1989? The Case of East Germany”, European Societies, vol. 4, 2002, pp. 27-52.
Solga, H., Goedicke, A., Diewald, M.: Back to Labour Markets ? Who Got Ahead in Post-Communist Societies after 1989? The Case of East Germany. European Societies. 4, 27-52 (2002).
Solga, Heike, Goedicke, Anne, and Diewald, Martin. “Back to Labour Markets ? Who Got Ahead in Post-Communist Societies after 1989? The Case of East Germany”. European Societies 4.1 (2002): 27-52.
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