Is Informal Financial Aid Good for Health? Evidence from Kyrgyzstan, a Low-Income Post-Socialist Nation in Eurasia

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Cit. Urbaeva, J., Jackson, T., & Park, D. (2018). Is Informal Financial Aid Good for Health? Evidence from Kyrgyzstan, a Low-Income Post-Socialist Nation in Eurasia. Health & Social Work, 43(4), 226–234.

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