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Network Effects in International Migration: Education versus Gender

Bibliographic reference Beine, Michel ; Salomone, Sara. Network Effects in International Migration: Education versus Gender. In: The Scandinavian journal of economics, Vol. 115, no.2, p. 354-380 (April 2013)
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