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A cross country study of household poverty and inequality on unit record household budget data

Author: Geoffrey Lancaster; Ranjan Ray; Rebecca J Valenzuela
Publisher: Hobart, Tas. : Dept. of Economics, University of Tasmania, 1997.
Series: Discussion paper (University of Tasmania. Department of Economics), 1997-08.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Geoffrey Lancaster; Ranjan Ray; Rebecca J Valenzuela
ISBN: 085901763X 9780859017633
OCLC Number: 38903668
Notes: Includes appendices.
Description: 37 pages ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Discussion paper (University of Tasmania. Department of Economics), 1997-08.
Responsibility: by Geoffrey Lancaster, Ranjan Ray, Rebecca Valenzuela.

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