Conley, Dalton, 1969-....
Conley, D. C.
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- 400 1 _ ‡a Conley, Dalton Clark
- 400 1 _ ‡a Conley, Dalton Clark, ‡d 1969-
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- 510 2 _ ‡a National Bureau of Economic Research
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- 510 2 _ ‡a New York University
- 510 2 _ ‡a New York University ‡e Affiliation
- 510 2 _ ‡a Sociology--Columbia university
- 510 2 _ ‡a ebrary, Inc
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- US - United States
- eng - English