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The Economic Growth and the Opportunity for the Private Equity Funds to Divest: An Empirical Analysis for Eastern Europe

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The Unemployment of Highly Educated People in Romania. A Panel VAR Approach

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The Consequences of Shadow Economy and Corruption on Tax Revenue Performance in Nigeria

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Appreciation of the Swiss Franc and its Impact on Romania and other Central and Eastern European Countries

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What Drives Economic Growth in Some CEE Countries?

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Direction of Causality Between Financial Development and Economic Growth. Evidence for Developing Countries

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Is Global Competitiveness Speeding Up the Growth in the EU? A Panel Data Analyis

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The Correlation Between Human Capital and Gross Added Value in the Bioeconomy Sectors at the European Union (EU) Country Level

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Modelling Central Bank Independence and Inflation: Deus Ex Machina?

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