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Home Bias, Border Effect and Internal Market Integration in China: Evidence from Inter‐provincial Value‐added Tax Statistics

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  • Shantong Li

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  • Weibo Xing & Shantong Li, 2011. "Home Bias, Border Effect and Internal Market Integration in China: Evidence from Inter‐provincial Value‐added Tax Statistics," Review of Development Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 15(3), pages 491-503, August.
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