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The impact of economic coordination and educational institutions on individual-level preferences for academic and vocational education

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BUSEMEYER, Marius R., Carsten JENSEN, 2012. The impact of economic coordination and educational institutions on individual-level preferences for academic and vocational education. In: Socio-Economic Review. 10(3), pp. 525-547. ISSN 1475-1461. eISSN 1475-147X

@article{Busemeyer2012impac-22680, title={The impact of economic coordination and educational institutions on individual-level preferences for academic and vocational education}, year={2012}, doi={10.1093/ser/mws002}, number={3}, volume={10}, issn={1475-1461}, journal={Socio-Economic Review}, pages={525--547}, author={Busemeyer, Marius R. and Jensen, Carsten} }

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