Use of Input-Output Tables in the Analysis of Structural Changes: The Case of Bulgaria
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- John A. Bristow, 1996. "The Bulgarian Economy in Transition," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 752.
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KeywordsBulgaria; input-output; stabilisation; restructuring.;
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