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Social Policy As Regional Policy: Market And Nonmarket Factors Determining Regional Inequality

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  • Raul M. Silveira-Neto
  • Carlos R. Azzoni

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  • Raul M. Silveira-Neto & Carlos R. Azzoni, 2012. "Social Policy As Regional Policy: Market And Nonmarket Factors Determining Regional Inequality," Journal of Regional Science, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 52(3), pages 433-450, August.
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