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Population Ageing, Time allocation and Human Capital: a General Equilibrium Analysis for Canada

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  • FOUGERE M.
  • HARVEY S.
  • MERCENIER J.
  • MERETTE M.

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  • Fougere M. & Harvey S. & Mercenier J. & Merette M., 2008. "Population Ageing, Time allocation and Human Capital: a General Equilibrium Analysis for Canada," Working Papers ERMES 0806, ERMES, University Paris 2.
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