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##### Internal Migration and Poverty Dynamic Analysis Using a Bayesian Approach: The Tunisian Case

**Authors:**
Amal Jmaii,
Damien Rousseliere,
Besma Belhadj

**Abstract:**

**Keywords:**
internal migration,
Tunisia,
bayesian approach,
poverty
dynamics

**Digital Object Identifier (DOI):**
doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1339908

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