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Assessing Regional Risks From Pandemic Influenza: A Scenario Analysis

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  • George Verikios
  • Maura Sullivan
  • Pane Stojanovski
  • James Giesecke
  • Gordon Woo

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  • George Verikios & Maura Sullivan & Pane Stojanovski & James Giesecke & Gordon Woo, 2016. "Assessing Regional Risks From Pandemic Influenza: A Scenario Analysis," The World Economy, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 39(8), pages 1225-1255, August.
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