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Composition des portefeuilles des ménages: une analyse scores sur données françaises

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  • Gourieroux, Christian
  • Tiomo, A.
  • Trognon, A.

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  • Gourieroux, Christian & Tiomo, A. & Trognon, A., 1997. "Composition des portefeuilles des ménages: une analyse scores sur données françaises," CEPREMAP Working Papers (Couverture Orange) 9716, CEPREMAP.
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