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Mainstream Methodology, Financial Markets and Global Political Economy-super- 1

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  • Sheila Dow, 2008. "Mainstream Methodology, Financial Markets and Global Political Economy-super- 1," Contributions to Political Economy, Oxford University Press, vol. 27(1), pages 13-29.
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