Human Capital and Growth Cycles

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KAAS, Leo, Stefan ZINK, 2007. Human Capital and Growth Cycles. In: Economic Theory. 31(1), pp. 19-33

@article{Kaas2007Human-11820, title={Human Capital and Growth Cycles}, year={2007}, doi={10.1007/s00199-006-0081-y}, number={1}, volume={31}, journal={Economic Theory}, pages={19--33}, author={Kaas, Leo and Zink, Stefan} }

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