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CEPR
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CES
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MSH

Economic Policy

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Current editor: Giuseppe Bertola
Current editor: Philippe Martin
Current editor: Paul Seabright

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Series handle: RePEc:oup:ecpoli

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2018, Volume 33, Issue 94

2017, Volume 32, Issue 92

2017, Volume 32, Issue 91

2017, Volume 32, Issue 90

2017, Volume 32, Issue 89

2016, Volume 31, Issue 88

2016, Volume 31, Issue 87

2016, Volume 31, Issue 86

2016, Volume 31, Issue 85

2015, Volume 30, Issue 84

2015, Volume 30, Issue 83

2015, Volume 30, Issue 82

2015, Volume 30, Issue 81

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