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How Does Disability Affect Income? An Empirical Study on Older European Workers

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  • Justine Bondoux
  • Thomas Barnay
  • Thomas Renaud
  • Florence Jusot

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  • Justine Bondoux & Thomas Barnay & Thomas Renaud & Florence Jusot, 2021. "How Does Disability Affect Income? An Empirical Study on Older European Workers," Erudite Working Paper 2021-05, Erudite.
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