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You could install and print an individual content of every item (as well as its associated news) held in UCL Discovery for the personal, non-commercial usage without previous authorization or charge, so long as you properly cite the paper. Some documents in UCL Discovery suggest that the product is certified under A commons that is creative or licence that enables wider re-use. Please relate to the regards to the licence for certain details.
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As an example:
Card, D., Dustmann, C., & Preston, I. (2009). Immigration, wages, and amenities that are compositional. CReAM Discussion Papers (CDP 29/09). Centre for the extensive Research and research of Migration (CReAM), London, UK. offered at http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/18906/
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