Book review "Interregional migration and public policy in Canada" by Kathleen M.Day and Stanley L. Winer
Tervo, H. (2013). Book review "Interregional migration and public policy in Canada" by Kathleen M.Day and Stanley L. Winer. Papers in Regional Science, 92(2), 437-438. https://doi.org/10.1111/pirs.12020,12021,12027,12032
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