Elderly immigration to Hungary
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- Oscar Iván Ávila Montealegre & Mauricio Rodríguez Acosta & Hernando Zuleta González, 2014.
"The Balassa-Samuelson Hypothesis and Elderly Migration,"
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Keywordsinternational retirement migration ; migration policy ; Hungary;
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