Industry, firm, year, and country effects on profitability: Evidence from a large sample of EU food processing firms
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Keywordsvariance components; abnormal profit; EU-27; MBV; RBV; comparative advantage; Agribusiness; Agricultural Finance; Financial Economics; Industrial Organization; Marketing;
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