role of wealth variables in the U.K. consumption function by R. L. Thomas

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StatementR.L. Thomas and Suzan Abdullah.
SeriesSalford papers in economics -- 83-4
ContributionsAbdullah, Suzan., University of Salford. Department of Economics.
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