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GPER

A gene on chromosome 7p22.3 that encodes a G protein-coupled receptor that binds oestrogen and is widely distributed in neural, breast cancer, placental, heart, ovarian, prostate, hepatic, vascular epithelial and lymphoid tissue. It plays a role in rapid nongenomic signalling events seen after oestrogen stimulation of cells and tissues.
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European University Institute, Manchester University and CEPR.
Falling unionization, the decline in the value of the minimum wage, the growth in low-wage work in small workplaces, changes in trade policies, and deregulation have all exacted a heavy toll from young workers, according to the CEPR report.
Philippe Martin is Professor at the Universite Paris-1 Pantheon Sorbonne and CERASENPC and a Research Fellow at CEPR.
Previous research reports by CEPR have found that unionization also benefits women workers as well as workers who are young, low-wage, or African-American.