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Money, Trust and Happiness in Transition Countries: Evidence from Time Series.

Bibliographic reference Bartolini, Stefano ; Mikucka, Malgorzata ; Sarracino, Francesco. Money, Trust and Happiness in Transition Countries: Evidence from Time Series.. In: Social Indicators Research : an international and interdisciplinary journal for quality-of-life measurement, Vol. 0, no. 0, p. 0 (0)
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