Trade Policies and Integration - Evaluations with CGE Models
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KeywordsAgricultural Policy; CGE modelling; EU's eastern enlargement; Integration; Trade Policy; WTO; International comparisons; Kansainväliset vertailut; Labor market and policies promoting economic growth; Työmarkkinat ja kasvua tukeva politiikka; C680 - Computable General Equilibrium Models; F020 - International Economic Order; Noneconomic International Organizations; Economic Integration and Globalization: General; F150 - Economic Integration; Q170 - Agriculture in International Trade;
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