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The Effect of Prices on Trade during the First Twelve Years of the European Community

  • Herbert Glejser

Abstract

Unlike trade figures, price data have not been utilized to any large extent in the analyses carried out on the effects of the European Community (EC).

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Demand Curve Demand Elasticity Supply Curve Supply Elasticity Toilet Soap 
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  • Herbert Glejser

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