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Ibolya Lámfalusi

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First Name:Ibolya
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Last Name:Lámfalusi
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Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet

Budapest, Hungary

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(36-1) 217 7037
1093, Budapest, Zsil u. 3-5
RePEc:edi:akiiihu (more details at EDIRC)

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  1. Lamfalusi, Ibolya, 2008. "Sigma convergence in Hungarian agriculture," Studies in Agricultural Economics, Research Institute for Agricultural Economics, issue 107, March.
  2. Lamfalusi, Ibolya, 2007. "A Mezå Gazdasã Gi Jã–Vedelmek Stabilitã Sa," GAZDà LKODà S: Scientific Journal on Agricultural Economics, Kà ROLY RÓBERT OKTATÓ-KUTATÓ Kht., vol. 51(3).
  3. Hodina, Peter & Lamfalusi, Ibolya, 2005. "A Kãœlfã–Ldi Tå Ke Szerepe ÉS A Gazdã Lkodã S Eredmã‰Nyessã‰-Gã‰Re Gyakorolt Hatã Sa Az ÉLelmiszeriparban," GAZDà LKODà S: Scientific Journal on Agricultural Economics, Kà ROLY RÓBERT OKTATÓ-KUTATÓ Kht., vol. 49(5).

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