Health and the double burden of full-time work and informal care provision—Evidence from administrative data

H. Schmitz, M.A. Stroka, Labour Economics (2013) 305.

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Schmitz H, Stroka MA. Health and the double burden of full-time work and informal care provision—Evidence from administrative data. Labour Economics. 2013:305-322.
Schmitz, H., & Stroka, M. A. (2013). Health and the double burden of full-time work and informal care provision—Evidence from administrative data. Labour Economics, 305–322.
@article{Schmitz_Stroka_2013, title={Health and the double burden of full-time work and informal care provision—Evidence from administrative data}, journal={Labour Economics}, author={Schmitz, Hendrik and Stroka, Magdalena A}, year={2013}, pages={305–322}}
Schmitz, Hendrik, and Magdalena A Stroka. “Health and the Double Burden of Full-Time Work and Informal Care provision—Evidence from Administrative Data.” Labour Economics, 2013, 305–22.
H. Schmitz and M. A. Stroka, “Health and the double burden of full-time work and informal care provision—Evidence from administrative data,” Labour Economics, pp. 305–322, 2013.
Schmitz, Hendrik, and Magdalena A Stroka. “Health and the Double Burden of Full-Time Work and Informal Care provision—Evidence from Administrative Data.” Labour Economics (2013): 305–322. Print.
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