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Female-headed households and living conditions in Latin America. / Liu, Chia; Esteve, Albert; Treviño, Rocío .

In: World Development, 2017.

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Liu, C, Esteve, A & Treviño, R 2017, 'Female-headed households and living conditions in Latin America', World Development.

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Liu, C., Esteve, A., & Treviño, R. (2017). Female-headed households and living conditions in Latin America. World Development.

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Liu C, Esteve A, Treviño R. Female-headed households and living conditions in Latin America. World Development. 2017.

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Liu, Chia ; Esteve, Albert ; Treviño, Rocío . / Female-headed households and living conditions in Latin America. In: World Development. 2017.

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journal = "World Development",
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