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Title: Bankers. Bonuses and Extreme Wage Inequality in the UK
Authors: Bell, Brian and John Van Reenen
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Citation: Bell, Brian and John Van Reenen (2010), “Bankers. Bonuses and Extreme Wage Inequality in the UK”, CEP Special Report No. 21. http://cep.lse.ac.uk/pubs/
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