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The Distribution of Health and Income: A Theoretical Framework

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  • Paul Contoyannis
  • Martin Forster

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  • Paul Contoyannis & Martin Forster, "undated". "The Distribution of Health and Income: A Theoretical Framework," Discussion Papers 98/22, Department of Economics, University of York.
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