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Wealth inequality in Sweden, 1700-1900

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  • Erik Bengtsson

    (Lund University)

  • Anna Missiaia

    (Lund University)

  • Mats Olsson

    (Lund University)

  • Patrick Svensson

    (Lund University)

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  • Erik Bengtsson & Anna Missiaia & Mats Olsson & Patrick Svensson, 2015. "Wealth inequality in Sweden, 1700-1900," Working Papers 15002, Economic History Society.
  • Handle: RePEc:ehs:wpaper:15002
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