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Marie-Laure Cheval-Darrigues

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First Name:Marie-Laure
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Last Name:Cheval-Darrigues
RePEc Short-ID:pch870
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Location: Pau, France
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  1. François Benaroya & Édouard Bourcieu & Marie-Laure Cheval, 2003. "Mondialisation des grands groupes : de nouveaux indicateurs ; suivi d'un commentaire de Marie-Laure Cheval," Économie et Statistique, Programme National Persée, vol. 363(1), pages 145-166.

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