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A macro-econometric model of Lithuania LITMOD

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  • Moller Andersen, Frits
  • Celov, Dmitry
  • Grinderslev, Dorte
  • Kazlauskas, Arvydas

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  • Moller Andersen, Frits & Celov, Dmitry & Grinderslev, Dorte & Kazlauskas, Arvydas, 2005. "A macro-econometric model of Lithuania LITMOD," Economic Modelling, Elsevier, vol. 22(4), pages 707-719, July.
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