Working Women and Expenditures on Food Away-From-Home and At-Home in Spain
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- Manrique, Justo & Jensen, Helen H., 1998. "Working Women and Expenditures on Food Away-From-Home and At-Home in Spain," Staff General Research Papers 1308, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
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