How Much Does It Cost to Join the European Union and Who Is Going to Pay for It? Cost Estimates for the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovenia, Complying with the EU Environmental Standards
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- J. Gacs & M. Wyzan, 1999. "The Time Pattern of Costs and Benefits of EU Accession," Working Papers ir99015, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.
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