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Volume 71 - Issue 1
SOME POLITICAL ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
The Political Connotation of International Trade and Globalisation: A Common Misunderstanding
Does Weak Macroeconomic Performance Affect Voter Turnout? An Analysis Accounting for the 'Joshua Generation Effect'
Modeling Life Expectancy Improvement in the Kuwaiti Population
Firms Controlled by Owners and Managerial Firms: The 'Strategic' Trade Policy Game Revisited
Regime-Shifts, Multicointegration and Fiscal Sustainability: Further Evidence on Poland (1999-2015)Contents
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