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Structural Change and Economic Dynamics

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Current editor: F. Duchin
Current editor: H. Hagemann
Current editor: M. Landesmann
Current editor: R. Scazzieri
Current editor: A. Steenge
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Series handle: RePEc:eee:streco
ISSN: 0954-349X

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