Voting on Social Security : The Family as Decision-Making Unit

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BREYER, Friedrich, J.-Matthias VON DER SCHULENBURG, 1987. Voting on Social Security : The Family as Decision-Making Unit. In: Kyklos. 40(4), pp. 529-547. ISSN 0023-5962. eISSN 1467-6435

@article{Breyer1987-11Votin-33402, title={Voting on Social Security : The Family as Decision-Making Unit}, year={1987}, doi={10.1111/j.1467-6435.1987.tb00788.x}, number={4}, volume={40}, issn={0023-5962}, journal={Kyklos}, pages={529--547}, author={Breyer, Friedrich and Von der Schulenburg, J.-Matthias} }

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