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The contribution of Business services to the export performances of manufacturing industries. An empirical study on 5 European countries

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  • Rinaldo Evangelista

    () (University of Camerino)

  • Matteo Lucchese

    () (Istat (Italian Statistical Office) and University of Urbino)

  • Valentina Meliciani

    () (University of Teramo)

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  • Rinaldo Evangelista & Matteo Lucchese & Valentina Meliciani, 2013. "The contribution of Business services to the export performances of manufacturing industries. An empirical study on 5 European countries," Working Papers 14, Birkbeck Centre for Innovation Management Research, revised Nov 2013.
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