How Do National Policies Affect Long-Run Growth? A Research Agenda
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- Easterly, William*King, Robert*Levine, Ross*Rebe, 1991. "How do national policies affect long-run growth? : a research agenda," Policy Research Working Paper Series 794, The World Bank.
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