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Can Walmart make us healthier? The effect of Market Forces on Health Care Utilization

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  • Florencia Borrescio, 2014. "Can Walmart make us healthier? The effect of Market Forces on Health Care Utilization," Working Papers wp_042, Adolfo Ibáñez University, School of Government.
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