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Local Labour Markets and the Interregional Mobility of Italian University Students

Bibliographic reference Dotti, Nicola Francesco ; Fratesi, Ugo ; Lenzi, Camilla ; Percoco, Marco. Local Labour Markets and the Interregional Mobility of Italian University Students. In: Spatial Economic Analysis, Vol. 8, no.4, p. 443-468 (2013)
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