'Heating or eating' and the impact of austerity

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'Heating or eating' and the impact of austerity. / Lambie-Mumford, Hannah ; Snell, Carolyn Jane.

5 p. Sheffield : Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute. 2016, research summary. (SPERI British Political Economy Brief No. 19; No. 19).

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Lambie-Mumford, H & Snell, CJ 2016, 'Heating or eating' and the impact of austerity. Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, Sheffield. <http://speri.dept.shef.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/SPERI-Brief-19-Heating-or-Eating-and-the-impact-of-austerity.pdf>

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Lambie-Mumford, H., & Snell, C. J. (2016, Feb 17). 'Heating or eating' and the impact of austerity. Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute. http://speri.dept.shef.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/SPERI-Brief-19-Heating-or-Eating-and-the-impact-of-austerity.pdf

Vancouver

Lambie-Mumford H, Snell CJ. 'Heating or eating' and the impact of austerity. 2016. 5 p.

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Lambie-Mumford, Hannah ; Snell, Carolyn Jane. / 'Heating or eating' and the impact of austerity. 2016. Sheffield : Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute. 5 p. (SPERI British Political Economy Brief No. 19; 19).

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