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Gülşah Sedefoğlu
Mehmet Ali Soytaş


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Sedefoğlu, G., & Soytaş, M. A. (2018). SELF-REPORTED HEALTH STATUS: A MICROECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS FOR TURKEY. Metody Ilościowe W Badaniach Ekonomicznych, 19(4), 440–451.

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