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Review of World Economics

, Volume 130, Issue 3, pp 600–613 | Cite as

Marginal intra-industry trade: Measurement and relevance for the pattern of industrial adjustment

  • Marius Brülhart
Shorter Papers & Comments

Keywords

Trade Liberalisation Trade Flow Sectoral Performance Marginal Trade Industrial Adjustment 
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  • Marius Brülhart

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