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The Shadow Economy is Retreating: An Example of Georgia

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Networking Society, Network-Based Economy and the Processes of Global Social, Economic, and Technological Changes

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Determinants of Shadow Economy in Eastern European Countries

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The Knowledge Economy and the Activation of Scientific and Technological Progress: Contemporary Challenges

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Modelling the Impact of External Shocks on Economy of Ukraine: Dsge Approach

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Fiscal Impacts on Output in a Small Open Economy: The Case of Albania

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Undeclared Work in Poland – Characteristics and Prevalence

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Financial Development and Unemployment in Emerging Market Economies

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RFID within High-Tech Clusters – Towards a Knowledge-Based Economy

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