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A Worldwide Overview of Facts and Figures

  • Montserrat Pallares-Miralles
  • Carolina Romero
  • Edward Whitehouse

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  8. World Bank, 2007. "Republic of Uzbekistan : Living Standards Assessment Update," World Bank Other Operational Studies 7872, The World Bank.
  9. David Hauner, 2008. "Macroeconomic Effects of Pension Reform in Russia," IMF Working Papers 08/201, International Monetary Fund.
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