The Relationship Between GDP Per Inhabitant and the Quality of Insolvency Proceedings (An Analysis on the Basis of Surveying Five Groups of Countries)
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Keywordsbankruptcy; insolvency; insolvency law; Creditor; Debtor; Insolvency proceedings; Statistics; GDP per capita; Mathematical analysis; Regression analysis; Bankruptcy; Debtor; Creditor; GDP per capita; Insolvency; Insolvency law; Insolvency proceedings; Mathematical analysis; Regression analysis; Statistics;
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