Sources of Fluctuations in Relative Prices: Evidence from High Inflation Countries
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- Rogers, J.H. & Wang, P., 1990. "Sources of Fluctuations in Relative Prices: Evidence from High Inflation Countries," Papers 12-90-2, Pennsylvania State - Department of Economics.
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