A Fragmented China. Measure and Determinants of Chinese Domestic Market Disintegration
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- Sandra Poncet, 2005. "A Fragmented China: Measure and Determinants of Chinese Domestic Market Disintegration," Review of International Economics, Wiley Blackwell, pages 409-430.
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KeywordsChinese provinces; Domestic integration; Border effects.;
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