Javier Ortega
Javier Ortega
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Pareto‐improving immigration in an economy with equilibrium unemployment
J Ortega
The Economic Journal 110 (460), 92-112, 2000
2062000
The impact of immigration on the French labor market: Why so different?
J Ortega, G Verdugo
Labour Economics 29, 14-27, 2014
502014
Unilingual versus bilingual education: a political economy analysis
J Ortega, TP Tangerås
Journal of the European Economic Association 6 (5), 1078-1108, 2008
252008
On the extent of re-entitlement effects in unemployment compensation
J Ortega, L Rioux
Labour Economics 17 (2), 368-382, 2010
222010
Moving up or down? Immigration and the selection of natives across occupations and locations
J Ortega, G Verdugo
142018
Moving Up or Down? Immigration and the Selection of Natives across Occupations and Locations
J Ortega, G Verdugo
IZA Discussion Paper, 2016
142016
The impact of immigration on the local labor market outcomes of blue collar workers: Panel data evidence
J Ortega, G Verdugo
Centre for Economic Performance (CEP), 2015
112015
Working-time regulation, firm heterogeneity, and efficiency
J Ortega
Available at SSRN 388800, 2003
102003
Determinantes del nivel de catalán de los inmigrantes en Cataluña: Un análisis de sección cruzada a nivel comarcal
J Ortega
Cuadernos Economicos de ICE 74, 101-127, 2007
82007
Assimilation in multilingual cities
J Ortega, G Verdugo
Journal of Population Economics 28 (3), 785-815, 2015
72015
Durée des contrats et indemnisation du chômage
J Ortega, L Rioux
Revue économique 53 (6), 1273-1303, 2002
42002
¿ Perjudica la inmigración a los trabajadores autóctonos?
J Ortega Diego
Debate sobre la Inmigración. Diario El País, 2000
32000
Schooling, nation building and industrialization
E Hauk, J Ortega
Journal of Theoretical Politics 33 (1), 56-91, 2021
2021
Le marché du travail français dans (ou à travers) le miroir britannique et espagnol
J ORTEGA
Les papiers du CERC, 39, 2004
2004
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