Sectoral regimes, productivity and international competitiveness
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KeywordsCOMPETENCIA; DIFUSION DE INNOVACIONES; ESPECIALIZACION DE LA PRODUCCION; EXPORTACIONES; IMPORTACIONES; POLITICA INDUSTRIAL; PRODUCTIVIDAD DEL TRABAJO; PRODUCTIVIDAD; REESTRUCTURAMIENTO INDUSTRIAL; COMPETITION; DIFFUSION OF INNOVATIONS; EXPORTS; IMPORTS; INDUSTRIAL POLICY; INDUSTRIAL RESTRUCTURING; LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY; PRODUCTION SPECIALIZATION; PRODUCTIVITY;
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