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First Name:Anil
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Last Name:Gumber
RePEc Short-ID:pgu450
Postal Address:Centre for Health and Social Care Research, 32 Collegiate Crescent Sheffield Hallam University Sheffield S10 2BP UK
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  1. Gumber, Anil & Dhak, Biplab & Lalitha, N, 2011. "Trends and Patterns in Health Care Use and Treatment Costs in India during 1986 and 2004," MPRA Paper 50354, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  2. Gumber, Anil, 2002. "Determinants of Unemployment in Rural India: An Exploration of NCAER Household Sunrey Data of 1994," Working Papers 89, National Council of Applied Economic Research.

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