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Book Chapter The Economics of Time Use Ch. 5

Nobody to play with? the implications of leisure coordination

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Publication date

2005

Volume and page numbers

113-146 , 113 -145

Notes

by Hamermesh, Daniel S & Pfann, Gerard A. (eds.)


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