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The Long Shadow of Port Infrastructure in Germany: Cause or Consequence of Regional Economic Prosperity?

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  • Adolf K.Y. Ng
  • Zaili Yang
  • Stephen Cahoon
  • Paul T.W. Lee
  • Philipp Breidenbach
  • Timo Mitze

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  • Adolf K.Y. Ng & Zaili Yang & Stephen Cahoon & Paul T.W. Lee & Philipp Breidenbach & Timo Mitze, 2016. "The Long Shadow of Port Infrastructure in Germany: Cause or Consequence of Regional Economic Prosperity?," Growth and Change, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 47(3), pages 378-392, September.
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    1. Breidenbach, Philipp & Döhrn, Roland & Neumann, Uwe, 2016. "Stellungsnahme zum Antrag "Wirtschaftspolitische Kehrtwende endlich einleiten"," RWI Projektberichte, RWI - Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, number 147042.

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