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Foreign direct investment – using network analysis to understand the position of Portugal in a global FDI network

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  • Filipa Lima
  • Flávio Pinheiro
  • João Falcão Silva
  • Pedro Matos

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  • Filipa Lima & Flávio Pinheiro & João Falcão Silva & Pedro Matos, 2020. "Foreign direct investment – using network analysis to understand the position of Portugal in a global FDI network," IFC Bulletins chapters, in: Bank for International Settlements (ed.), Bridging measurement challenges and analytical needs of external statistics: evolution or revolution?, volume 52, Bank for International Settlements.
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