Volume 19 - Article 60 | Pages 2011-2042

Educational differences in all-cause mortality by marital status: Evidence from Bulgaria, Finland and the United States

By Iliana V. Kohler, Pekka Martikainen, Kirsten P. Smith, Irma Elo

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