Frankfurt, D 58453
Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
domestic market integration in China, local protectionism, spatial econometrics, growth spillovers, expenditure spillovers, cellularity
growth spillovers, border effects, culture and economic integration, China, local protectionism, spatial econometrics
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Russian economics, International integration, Scientific methodology, Culture of economic decision-making
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