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Industrial Location Patterns In Catalonia: Industrial Mix And Human Capital

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  • Arauzo-Carod, Josep-Maria, 2000. "Industrial Location Patterns In Catalonia: Industrial Mix And Human Capital," ERSA conference papers ersa00p136, European Regional Science Association.
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