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Auswirkungen der 1:12-Initiative

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  • Christian Jaag
  • Christian Keuschnigg
  • Sonia Strube Martins
  • Ivo Scherrer
  • Jose Parra Moyano

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  • Christian Jaag & Christian Keuschnigg & Sonia Strube Martins & Ivo Scherrer & Jose Parra Moyano, 2013. "Auswirkungen der 1:12-Initiative," Studies and Reports, Swiss Economics, pages 1-60, September.
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