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Survival of firms in developing economies during economic crisis

In: COVID-19 in Developing Economies

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  • Erica Bosio

    (World Bank)

  • Filip Jolevski

    (World Bank)

  • Joseph Lemoine

    (World Bank)

  • Rita Ramalho

    (World Bank)

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  • Erica Bosio & Filip Jolevski & Joseph Lemoine & Rita Ramalho, 2020. "Survival of firms in developing economies during economic crisis," Vox eBook Chapters, in: Simeon Djankov & Ugo Panizza (ed.), COVID-19 in Developing Economies, edition 1, volume 1, chapter 1, pages 157-174, Centre for Economic Policy Research.
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