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Ray Petridis


Murdoch University

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 Murdoch 6150, Western Australia

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The Economic Record, Vol. 78, pp. 110-128, 2002
Number of Pages in PDF File: 19
Petridis, Ray
Murdoch University
Summers, Peter M.
University of Melbourne - Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
Racionero Llorente, Maria del Mar
Australian National University (ANU) - School of Economics
Booth, Ross
Monash University - Department of Economics
Zhang, Zhaoyong
National University of Singapore
Sheen, Jeffrey
Macquarie University
Perez, Esteban
United Nations - Economic Commission for Latin America (ECLA)
Boero, Gianna
Universita di Cagliari - Centre for North South Economic Research (CRENOS)
Mills, Gordon
University of Sydney - Faculty of Economics
07 Jul 03

Mental Health and Wellbeing and Unemployment | Show Abstract |
Australian Economic Review, Vol. 33, No. 2, June 2000
Flatau, Paul
Murdoch University
Galea, June
Murdoch University
Petridis, Ray
Murdoch University
05 Oct 00

Lambert, Sue
Murdoch University - Economics Department
Petridis, Ray
Murdoch University
Galea, June
Murdoch University
25 Apr 98

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