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Interdependent preferences in the design of equal-opportunity policies

Bibliographic reference Moreno-Ternero, Juan D.. Interdependent preferences in the design of equal-opportunity policies. In: Research on Economic Inequality, Vol. 16, p. 49-65 (2008)
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