Falling-behind, and the Role of FDIs - a Model of Endogenous Growth and Development

T. Gries, South African Journal of Economics 70 (2002) 273.

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South African Journal of Economics
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Gries T. Falling-behind, and the Role of FDIs - a Model of Endogenous Growth and Development. South African Journal of Economics. 2002;70(4):273-281.
Gries, T. (2002). Falling-behind, and the Role of FDIs - a Model of Endogenous Growth and Development. South African Journal of Economics, 70(4), 273–281.
@article{Gries_2002, title={Falling-behind, and the Role of FDIs - a Model of Endogenous Growth and Development}, volume={70}, number={4}, journal={South African Journal of Economics}, author={Gries, Thomas}, year={2002}, pages={273–281}}
Gries, Thomas. “Falling-Behind, and the Role of FDIs - a Model of Endogenous Growth and Development.” South African Journal of Economics 70, no. 4 (2002): 273–81.
T. Gries, “Falling-behind, and the Role of FDIs - a Model of Endogenous Growth and Development,” South African Journal of Economics, vol. 70, no. 4, pp. 273–281, 2002.
Gries, Thomas. “Falling-Behind, and the Role of FDIs - a Model of Endogenous Growth and Development.” South African Journal of Economics 70.4 (2002): 273–281. Print.
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