2017

Who Works Longer—and Why? Regional and Individual Characteristics in the Timing of Retirement

Author(s): Johan Klaesson, Esteban Ochoa Lopez and Özge Öner Title: Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie Accepted:
May 2017

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Who Works Longer—and Why? Regional and Individual Characteristics in the Timing of Retirement Johan Klaesson, Esteban Ochoa Lopez and Özge Öner



Reference:
Klaesson, Johan, Esteban Ochoa Lopez and Özge Öner, "Who Works Longer—and Why? Regional and Individual Characteristics in the Timing of Retirement", Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie.

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