Life cycle income of married and cohabiting women and men

Barbara Liberda 

Warsaw University, Faculty of Economics (UW), Dluga St. 44/50, Warsaw 00-241, Poland
Central Statistical Office (GUS), Al. Niepodległości 2008, Warsaw 00-925, Poland

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Presentation: Invited oral at Current Economic and Social Topics CEST2013, by Barbara Liberda
See On-line Journal of Current Economic and Social Topics CEST2013

Submitted: 2013-05-13 01:55
Revised:   2014-01-22 12:12
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