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  • Website

    Frenk, J.

    Health and the economy: A vital relationship - OECD Observer

    2004 - OECD Observer

    In-text: (Frenk)

    Your Bibliography: Frenk, Julio. "Health And The Economy: A Vital Relationship - OECD Observer." Oecdobserver.org. N.p., 2004. Web. 7 Jan. 2020.

  • Journal

    M. LeRouge, C., Tao, D., Ohs, J., W. Lach, H., Jupka, K. and Wray, R.

    Challenges and Opportunities with Empowering Baby Boomers for Personal Health Information Management Using Consumer Health Information Technologies: an Ecological Perspective

    2014 - AIMS Public Health

    In-text: (M. LeRouge et al. 160-181)

    Your Bibliography: M. LeRouge, Cynthia et al. "Challenges And Opportunities With Empowering Baby Boomers For Personal Health Information Management Using Consumer Health Information Technologies: An Ecological Perspective." AIMS Public Health 1.3 (2014): 160-181. Web. 7 Jan. 2020.

  • E-book or PDF

    Smirnov, S. V.

    Those Unpredictable Recessions

    2011 - OECD/ European Union - Brussels Belgium

    In-text: (Smirnov)

    Your Bibliography: Smirnov, Sergey V. Those Unpredictable Recessions. 5th ed. Brussels Belgium: OECD/ European Union, 2011. Print.

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