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Understanding Reform: A Country Study for Bulgaria

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  • Dimitar Dimitrov
  • Rumen Dobrinsky

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  • Nasko Dochev
  • Rumyana Kolarova
  • Nikolay Markov
  • Boyko Nikolov

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  • Dimitar Dimitrov & Rumen Dobrinsky & Nasko Dochev & Rumyana Kolarova & Nikolay Markov & Boyko Nikolov, 2004. "Understanding Reform: A Country Study for Bulgaria," wiiw Balkan Observatory Working Papers 56, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw.
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