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Youth transition from school to work in Spain

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  • Lassibille, Gerard
  • Navarro Gomez, Lucia
  • Aguilar Ramos, Isabel
  • de la O Sanchez, Carolina

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  • Lassibille, Gerard & Navarro Gomez, Lucia & Aguilar Ramos, Isabel & de la O Sanchez, Carolina, 2001. "Youth transition from school to work in Spain," Economics of Education Review, Elsevier, vol. 20(2), pages 139-149, April.
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