Dual economies and international total factor productivity differences: Channelling the impact from institutions, trade, and geography

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Dual economies and international total factor productivity differences : Channelling the impact from institutions, trade, and geography. / Chanda, Areendam; Dalgaard, Carl-Johan Lars.

I: Economica, Bind 75, Nr. 300, 2008, s. 629-661.

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Chanda, A & Dalgaard, C-JL 2008, 'Dual economies and international total factor productivity differences: Channelling the impact from institutions, trade, and geography', Economica, bind 75, nr. 300, s. 629-661. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0335.2007.00673.x

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Chanda, A., & Dalgaard, C-J. L. (2008). Dual economies and international total factor productivity differences: Channelling the impact from institutions, trade, and geography. Economica, 75(300), 629-661. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0335.2007.00673.x

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Chanda A, Dalgaard C-JL. Dual economies and international total factor productivity differences: Channelling the impact from institutions, trade, and geography. Economica. 2008;75(300):629-661. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0335.2007.00673.x

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Chanda, Areendam ; Dalgaard, Carl-Johan Lars. / Dual economies and international total factor productivity differences : Channelling the impact from institutions, trade, and geography. I: Economica. 2008 ; Bind 75, Nr. 300. s. 629-661.

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