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Longer opening hours, alcohol consumption and health. / Green, Colin Peter; Hollingsworth, Bruce Philip; Navarro Paniagua, Maria.

Lancaster : Lancaster University, Department of Economics, 2015. (Economics working paper series).

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Green, CP, Hollingsworth, BP & Navarro Paniagua, M 2015 'Longer opening hours, alcohol consumption and health' Economics working paper series, Lancaster University, Department of Economics, Lancaster.

APA

Green, C. P., Hollingsworth, B. P., & Navarro Paniagua, M. (2015). Longer opening hours, alcohol consumption and health. (Economics working paper series). Lancaster University, Department of Economics.

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Green CP, Hollingsworth BP, Navarro Paniagua M. Longer opening hours, alcohol consumption and health. Lancaster: Lancaster University, Department of Economics. 2015 Dec. (Economics working paper series).

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Green, Colin Peter ; Hollingsworth, Bruce Philip ; Navarro Paniagua, Maria. / Longer opening hours, alcohol consumption and health. Lancaster : Lancaster University, Department of Economics, 2015. (Economics working paper series).

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