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RETRACTED PAPER: "The Effects of Protectionism Developed after the Great Depression on Global Trade: A Macroeconomic Analysis"

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*** RETRACTION NOTICE *** Title: "The Effects of Protectionism Developed after the Great Depression on Global Trade: A Macroeconomic Analysis" – Submitted by Ali İskan Toptancı on January 06, 2021 – Published in EconStor on January 08, 2021 – Withdrawn on April 21, 2021 – The EconStor team has decided to retract the paper referenced above submitted by Ali İskan Toptancı, because the paper contains substantial duplication of text from Fredrik Erixon and Razeen Sally (2010): "Trade, Globalisation and Emerging Protectionism Since the Crisis", ECIPE Working Paper No. 02/2010, Brussels, European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE), https://ecipe.org/publications/trade-globalisation-and-emerging-protectionism-since-the-crisis/

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  • Toptancı, Ali İskan, 2021. "RETRACTED PAPER: "The Effects of Protectionism Developed after the Great Depression on Global Trade: A Macroeconomic Analysis"," EconStor Research Reports 228521, ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics.
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