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The health hazards of unemployment and poor education: The socioeconomic determinants of health duration in the European Union

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  • Theodossiou, I.

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  • Cooper, D. & McCausland, W.D. & Theodossiou, I., 2006. "The health hazards of unemployment and poor education: The socioeconomic determinants of health duration in the European Union," Economics & Human Biology, Elsevier, vol. 4(3), pages 273-297, December.
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