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The effects of measurement error and omitted variables when using transition matrices to measure intergenerational mobility

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Bibliographic reference O’Neill, Donal ; Sweetman, Olive ; Van de gaer, Dirk. The effects of measurement error and omitted variables when using transition matrices to measure intergenerational mobility. In: Journal of Economic Inequality, Vol. 5, no. 2, p. 159-178 (Août 2007)
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