Women and men, consumption and production over the life course. An unequal relationship

Elisenda Rentería, Centre for Demographic Studies researcher
Rosario Scandurra, UB
Guadalupe Souto, UAB
Concepció Patxot, UB

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Elisenda Rentería , Centre for Demographic Studies researcher
Rosario Scandurra , UB
Guadalupe Souto , UAB
Concepció Patxot , UB

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