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Do more financially literate households invest less in housing? : Evidence from Italy


in Economics Bulletin , 34 (1)

ISSN : 1545-2921

par Calcagno, Riccardo ; URZI, BRANCATI Maria Cesira

20140301 - 430-445 P. | En anglais

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