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The Baltic Sea Region’s Role in Trade Integration

In: Modelling the Economies of the Baltic Sea Region

  • Tiiu Paas

    (University of Tartu)

  • Egle Tafenau

    (University of Tartu)

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  • Tiiu Paas & Egle Tafenau (ed.), 2004. "Modelling the Economies of the Baltic Sea Region," University of Tartu - Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, University of Tartu (Estonia), edition 1, volume 17, number 17, April.
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