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An Empirical Investigation of Factors Which Influence College-Going Behavior

Meir G. Kohn, Charles F. Mansk, David S. Mundel

Chapter in NBER book Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, Volume 5, number 4 (1976), Sanford V. Berg, editor (p. 391 - 419)
Published in October 1976 by NBER

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