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QuÈ parte de las variaciones de las tasas de desempleo puede explicarse por cambios en las pirÈmides poblacionales en Espana?

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  • Cruz Angel EchevarrÌa

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  • Begona EguÌa & Cruz Angel EchevarrÌa, "undated". "QuÈ parte de las variaciones de las tasas de desempleo puede explicarse por cambios en las pirÈmides poblacionales en Espana?," Studies on the Spanish Economy 118, FEDEA.
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