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Introduction to child maintenance schemes across five countries

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Introduction to child maintenance schemes across five countries. / Skinner, Christine; Davidson, Jacqueline; Hakovirta, Mia.

In: European Journal of Social Security, Vol. 14, No. 4, 2012, p. 222-230.

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Skinner, C, Davidson, J & Hakovirta, M 2012, 'Introduction to child maintenance schemes across five countries', European Journal of Social Security, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 222-230. <http://www.ejss.eu/table_of_content.aspx?sy=2012&pn=4>

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Skinner, C., Davidson, J., & Hakovirta, M. (2012). Introduction to child maintenance schemes across five countries. European Journal of Social Security, 14(4), 222-230. http://www.ejss.eu/table_of_content.aspx?sy=2012&pn=4

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Skinner C, Davidson J, Hakovirta M. Introduction to child maintenance schemes across five countries. European Journal of Social Security. 2012;14(4):222-230.

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Skinner, Christine ; Davidson, Jacqueline ; Hakovirta, Mia. / Introduction to child maintenance schemes across five countries. In: European Journal of Social Security. 2012 ; Vol. 14, No. 4. pp. 222-230.

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