International Journal of Ageing and Later Life 2010 5(1): 45–75

Paid work between age 60 and 70 years in Europe: a matter of socio-economic status?
By Kathrin Komp, Theo van Tilburg & Marjolein Broese van Groenou

DOI: 10.3384/ijal.1652-8670.105145

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