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Gravity Models of Internal Migration – the Czech Case Study

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Functional regions in gravity models and accessibility measures

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The Gravity Model for Assessing Trade Patterns: The Case of Baltic States

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The Footfall of Shopping Centres in Olomouc (Czech Republic): an Application of the Gravity Model

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Determinants Of Foreign Direct Investment In Transition Economies, With Special Reference To Macedonia: Evidence From Gravity Model

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Is Russia successful in attracting foreign direct investment? Evidence based on gravity model estimation

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Latvian Potential in the Trade with the EU Countries

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Inter-Provincial Migration in Italy: A Comparison Between Italians and Foreigners

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Determinants of Kosovo Trade: A Gravity Model Approach

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Testing the validity of the Linder hypothesis for Croatia

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