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The Relation between Schooling and Savings Behavior: An Example of the Indirect Effects of Education

Lewis C. Solmon

Chapter in NBER book Education, Income, and Human Behavior (1975), F. Thomas Juster, editor (p. 253 - 294)
Published in 1975 by NBER

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