International Advances in Economic Research

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International Advances in Economic Research


Virgo, S. Katherine, International Advances in Economic Research


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M. Peter van der Hoek

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Miao Wang

Marquette University-U.S.A.

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Warsaw University of Life Sciences - Poland

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