R&D Spillovers through Student Flows, Institutions, and Economic Growth: What can we Learn from A frican Countries?
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- Thanh Le, "undated". "R&D spillovers through student flows, institutions, and economic growth: What can we learn from African countries?," MRG Discussion Paper Series 4211, School of Economics, University of Queensland, Australia.
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