Assets of Cyprus Households: Lessons from the First Cyprus Survey of Consumer Finances
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- Michael Haliassos & Christis Hassapis & Alex Karagrigoriou & George Kyriacou & George Syrichas & Michalis C. Michael, 2001. "Assets of Cyprus Households: Lessons from the first Cyprus Survey of Consumer Finances," University of Cyprus Working Papers in Economics 0205, University of Cyprus Department of Economics.
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- Michael Haliassos & Christis Hassapis & Alex Karagrigoriou & George Kyriacou & Michalis C. Michael & George Syrichas, 2003.
"Debts of Cyprus Households: Lessons from the First Cyprus Survey of Consumer Finances,"
University of Cyprus Working Papers in Economics
4-2003, University of Cyprus Department of Economics.
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