Constraintson Growth in the MENA Region
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KeywordsAccess to capital markets; Corruption; Cross country analysis; Economic models; Economic growth; Governance; North Africa; Middle East; Labor supply; Labor markets; Private sector; Skilled labor; Trade liberalization; Growth; Physical infrastructure; Labor skill shortages; Financial constraints; survey; gdp growth; surveys; growth model; Open Economy Macroeconomics; Intertemporal Choice And Growth;
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