Marriage and Earnings: Why Do Married Men Earn More than Single Men?

Pollmann-Schult M (2011)
European Sociological Review 27(2): 147-163.

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Pollmann-Schult M. Marriage and Earnings: Why Do Married Men Earn More than Single Men? European Sociological Review. 2011;27(2):147-163.
Pollmann-Schult, M. (2011). Marriage and Earnings: Why Do Married Men Earn More than Single Men? European Sociological Review, 27(2), 147-163.
Pollmann-Schult, M. (2011). Marriage and Earnings: Why Do Married Men Earn More than Single Men? European Sociological Review 27, 147-163.
Pollmann-Schult, M., 2011. Marriage and Earnings: Why Do Married Men Earn More than Single Men? European Sociological Review, 27(2), p 147-163.
M. Pollmann-Schult, “Marriage and Earnings: Why Do Married Men Earn More than Single Men?”, European Sociological Review, vol. 27, 2011, pp. 147-163.
Pollmann-Schult, M.: Marriage and Earnings: Why Do Married Men Earn More than Single Men? European Sociological Review. 27, 147-163 (2011).
Pollmann-Schult, Matthias. “Marriage and Earnings: Why Do Married Men Earn More than Single Men?”. European Sociological Review 27.2 (2011): 147-163.
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