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Beyond GDP : Using Equivalent Incomes to Measure Well-Being in Europe

Bibliographic reference Decancq, Koen ; Schokkaert, Erik. Beyond GDP : Using Equivalent Incomes to Measure Well-Being in Europe. In: Social Indicators Research : an international and interdisciplinary journal for quality-of-life measurement, Vol. 126, no.1, p. 21-55 (2015)
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