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CIRCUMSTANCES AND EFFORTS: HOW IMPORTANT IS THEIR CORRELATION FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF INEQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY IN HEALTH?

Florence Jusot, Sandy Tubeuf () and Alain Trannoy ()

Health Economics, 2013, vol. 22, issue 12, 1470-1495

Date: 2013
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Working Paper: Circumstances and Efforts: How Important is their Correlation for the Measurement of Inequality of Opportunity in Health? (2013)
Working Paper: Circumstances and Efforts: How important is their correlation for the measurement of inequality of opportunity in health? (2013)
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