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Financial Implications of Death of a Partner: Annexes to chapters 3-6: Statistical data and analysis. / Corden, A; Hirst, M; Nice, K.

University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit. 2008, .

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Corden, A, Hirst, M & Nice, K 2008, Financial Implications of Death of a Partner: Annexes to chapters 3-6: Statistical data and analysis. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York, York.

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Corden, A., Hirst, M., & Nice, K. (2008). Financial Implications of Death of a Partner: Annexes to chapters 3-6: Statistical data and analysis. University of York, York: Social Policy Research Unit.

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Corden A, Hirst M, Nice K. Financial Implications of Death of a Partner: Annexes to chapters 3-6: Statistical data and analysis. 2008.

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Corden, A ; Hirst, M ; Nice, K. / Financial Implications of Death of a Partner: Annexes to chapters 3-6: Statistical data and analysis. 2008. University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit.

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