Social housing and social exclusion 2000-2011

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Social housing and social exclusion 2000-2011. / Tunstall, Rebecca.

CASE, LSE, 2011. (CASE Paper; No. 153).

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Tunstall R. Social housing and social exclusion 2000-2011. CASE, LSE. 2011. (CASE Paper; 153).

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