Simultaneous consumption-labour-money analysis in a disequilibrium framework

Poland 1960-1980 by W. Charemza

Publisher: Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham in Birmingham

Written in English
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Statementby Wojciech Charemza and Miroslaw Gronicki.
SeriesCREES discussion papers -- 20
ContributionsGronicki, Miroslaw., University of Birmingham. Centre for Russian and East European Studies.
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Open LibraryOL13956880M

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Charemza, W. and Gronicki, M. () Simultaneous consumption-labour-money analysis in a disequilibrium framework: Poland –, CREES Discussion Paper No. RC/B20, University of Birmingham. Google ScholarCited by: Charemza, W. and Gronicki, M. () Simultaneous consumption-labour-money analysis in a disequilibrium framework: Poland –, Series RC/B20, CREES Discussion Paper, University of Birmingham.

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