Testing the ‘New Economic Geography’: A Comparative Analysis Based on EU Regional Data
In: New Directions in Economic Geography
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- Bernard Fingleton, 2005. "Testing the 'new economic geography': a comparative analysis based on EU regional data," Urban/Regional 0504003, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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