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Population ageing and the growth of social expenditure

Author: John Creedy; Richard Disney; University of Melbourne. Department of Economics.
Publisher: Parkville, Vic. : Dept. of Economics, University of Melbourne, 1988.
Series: Research paper (University of Melbourne. Department of Economics), no. 195.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Creedy; Richard Disney; University of Melbourne. Department of Economics.
ISBN: 0868398012 9780868398013
OCLC Number: 220534749
Notes: "This paper was prepared for the third Congress of the European Economic Association ... '-Contents page.
Description: 23 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
Series Title: Research paper (University of Melbourne. Department of Economics), no. 195.
Responsibility: John Creedy.

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