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Economic Voting y Elecciones Generales en Espana: Un An·lisis con Datos de Panel, 1982-1996

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  • Ignacio Lago Penas
  • Santiago Lago Penas

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  • Ignacio Lago Penas & Santiago Lago Penas, "undated". "Economic Voting y Elecciones Generales en Espana: Un An·lisis con Datos de Panel, 1982-1996," Studies on the Spanish Economy 75, FEDEA.
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