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Retirement incentives and labor supply

Richard Blundell, Eric French and Gemma Tetlow
Book chapter

‘Retirement Incentives and Labor Supply’ in A. Woodland and J. Piggott (eds) Handbook of the Economics of Population Aging, Chapter 1, Vol 1B, Elsevier.

 

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