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Title: Job creation and the 1999 reform of National Insurance
Author(s): Hart, Robert A
Ruffell, Robin
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Issue Date: Jan-2000
Date Deposited: 25-Feb-2013
Citation: Hart RA & Ruffell R (2000) Job creation and the 1999 reform of National Insurance. National Institute Economic Review, 171 (1), pp. 123-125.
Abstract: A radical reform of National Insurance was implemented in April I999. One objective of the reform was to stimulate jobcreation. This note analyses the effect of the changes in employers' contributions on employment. We find that the reformcould stimulate the creation of about 200,000 jobs in manufacturing industries.
DOI Link: 10.1177/002795010017100110
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