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The demand for health: results from new measures of health capital

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  • Gerdtham, U. -G.
  • Johannesson, M.
  • Lundberg, L.
  • Isacson, D.

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  • Gerdtham, U. -G. & Johannesson, M. & Lundberg, L. & Isacson, D., 1999. "The demand for health: results from new measures of health capital," European Journal of Political Economy, Elsevier, vol. 15(3), pages 501-521, September.
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