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Using Heights to Trace Living Standards and Inequality in Mexico Since 1850
Has Latin American Inequality Changed Direction?
Springer International Publishing, January 2017
Moramay López-Alonso, Roberto Vélez-Grajales
Luis Bértola, Jeffrey Williamson
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