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A Comparision of the economic performance of different micro-states and between micro-states and larger countries

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  • H Armstrong, R de Kervenoael, Xiao-Ming Li and R Read

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  • H Armstrong, R de Kervenoael, Xiao-Ming Li and R Read, "undated". "A Comparision of the economic performance of different micro-states and between micro-states and larger countries," Working Papers ec9/97, Department of Economics, University of Lancaster.
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