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Economic and Structural Database for the MEDPRO Project


  • Paroussos, Leonidas
  • Tsani, Stella
  • Vrontisi, Zoi


This report presents the economic and structural database compiled for the MEDPRO project. The database includes governance, infrastructure, finance, environment, energy, agricultural data and development indicators for the 11 southern and eastern Mediterranean countries (SEMCs) studied in the MEDPRO project. The report further details the data and the methods used for the construction of social accounting, bilateral trade, consumption and investment matrices for each of the SEMCs.

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  • Paroussos, Leonidas & Tsani, Stella & Vrontisi, Zoi, 2013. "Economic and Structural Database for the MEDPRO Project," CEPS Papers 8087, Centre for European Policy Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:eps:cepswp:8087

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