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Published by University of Leicester, Department of Economics .
Written in English

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StatementWojciech W. Charemza, Kalvinder Shields and Anna Zalewska-Mitura.
SeriesDiscussion papers in economics / University of Leicester, Department of Economics -- No. 97/5, Discussion papers in economics -- No. 97/5.
ContributionsShields, Kalvinder., Zalewska-Mitura, Anna., University of Leicester. Department of Economics.
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Open LibraryOL17215164M

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