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How Do Life Course Events Affect Paid and Unpaid Work of Italian Couples?

Bibliographic reference Campolo, Maria Gabriella ; Di Pino, Antonio ; Rizzi, Ester Lucia. How Do Life Course Events Affect Paid and Unpaid Work of Italian Couples?. In: Alleva G., Giommi A., Topics in Theoretical and Applied Statistics,  2016
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/183110
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