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Determinants of Incoming Cross-Border M&A: Evidence from European Transition Economies

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  • Josipa VIŠIC
  • Blanka ŠKRABIC

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  • Josipa VIŠIC & Blanka ŠKRABIC, 2010. "Determinants of Incoming Cross-Border M&A: Evidence from European Transition Economies," EcoMod2010 259600168, EcoMod.
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