On Roman roads and the sources of persistence and non-persistence in development

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On Roman roads and the sources of persistence and non-persistence in development. / Dalgaard, Carl-Johan Lars; Kaarsen, Nicolai; Olsson, Ola; Selaya, Pablo.

VOX, CEPR's Policy Portal. 2018.

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Dalgaard, C-JL, Kaarsen, N, Olsson, O & Selaya, P 2018, On Roman roads and the sources of persistence and non-persistence in development. VOX, CEPR's Policy Portal.

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Dalgaard, C-J. L., Kaarsen, N., Olsson, O., & Selaya, P. (2018, apr 10). On Roman roads and the sources of persistence and non-persistence in development. VOX, CEPR's Policy Portal.

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Dalgaard C-JL, Kaarsen N, Olsson O, Selaya P. On Roman roads and the sources of persistence and non-persistence in development. 2018.

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Dalgaard, Carl-Johan Lars ; Kaarsen, Nicolai ; Olsson, Ola ; Selaya, Pablo. / On Roman roads and the sources of persistence and non-persistence in development. 2018. VOX, CEPR's Policy Portal.

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