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Debt Shift, Financial Development and Income Inequality in Europe

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  • Bezemer, Dirk
  • Samarina, Anna

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  • Bezemer, Dirk & Samarina, Anna, 2016. "Debt Shift, Financial Development and Income Inequality in Europe," Research Report 16020-GEM, University of Groningen, Research Institute SOM (Systems, Organisations and Management).
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