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Minimum Educational Standard to Complement Taxation in the Presence of Hidden Activities

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  • Jean-François JACQUES
  • Florence ARESTOFF

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  • Jean-François JACQUES & Florence ARESTOFF, 2008. "Minimum Educational Standard to Complement Taxation in the Presence of Hidden Activities," EcoMod2008 23800054, EcoMod.
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