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Emporio Armani Men's Watch ARS8350 Stainless Steel / Brand : Emporio Armani Line : Watch Display : Analog Color Dial : Black Material Band : Stainless steel Material Case : Stainless steel Watch Movement : Quartz Case Width Mm : 32mm / 1.26'' Wrist Size Min Max Cm : 17cm / 6.69'' Gender : Men Condition : Used (good) Accessories : Inner box,Outer box Condition : Rank AB Used - Traces of usage, scratches / dirt can be seen but generally in good condition Condition : Rank AB Wrist Size Min Max Cm Listing : 17cm / 6.69'' Accessories Notice : Before purchasing, please refer to the images of the accessories included with the item. Condition Notice : Before purchasing, please refer to the images for the exact condition of the item. sku : GZrznn


  • Online since:2022-02-06
  • Categories :Men
  • Category:Accessories
  • Sub-category:Watches
  • Designer:Emporio Armani
  • Condition:Good condition
  • Housing material:Steel
  • Bracelet material:Steel
  • Mechanism:Quartz (shows cell)
  • Colour:Silver
  • Location:Japan, from the seller elady
  • Reference:20954230


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Recessions are complex events that affect personal health and behavior via various potentially opposing mechanisms. While recessions are known to have negative effects on mental health and lead to an increase in suicides, it has been proven that they reduce mortality rates. A general health policy agenda in relation to recessions remains ambiguous due to the lack of consistency between different individual- and country-level approaches. However, aggregate regional patterns provide valuable information, and local social planners could use them to design region-specific policy responses to mitigate the negative health effects caused by recessions.

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  • Informal employment in emerging and transition economies Updated

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    In developing and transition economies as much as half the labor force works in the informal sector (or “shadow economy”). Informal firms congest infrastructure and other public services but do not contribute the taxes needed to finance them. Informal workers are unprotected against such negative shocks as ill-health, but for certain groups there can be scarce opportunities to enter the formal sector meaning informal employment is the only feasible option. Reducing informality requires better enforcement, more reasonable regulation, and economic growth.
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    The labor market disruptions due to the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns impacted immigrant workers more severely than native-born workers in the US, Canada, Australia, and most EU countries. Immigrant workers in most of these countries were more vulnerable to the pandemic since they were more likely to be employed in jobs that are not as easy to perform remotely. The labor market recovery for both groups in the US was rapid, and by Fall 2020, the employment gaps between immigrant and native-born workers, both for men and women, had returned to pre-pandemic levels.
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  • The transformations of the French labor market, 2000–2021 Updated

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    France has the second largest population of countries in the EU. Since 2000, the French labor market has undergone substantial changes resulting from striking trends, some of which were catalyzed by the Great Recession and the Covid-19 crisis. The most interesting of these changes have been the massive improvement in the education of the labor force (especially of women), the resilience of employment during recessions, and the dramatic emergence of very-short-term employment contracts (less than a week) and low-income independent contractors, which together have fueled earnings inequality.
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