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Essays on international capital flows

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Essays on international capital flows. / Wang, Xichen.

Lancaster University, 2017. 164 p.

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Wang, X 2017, 'Essays on international capital flows', PhD, Lancaster University.

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Wang, X. (2017). Essays on international capital flows. Lancaster University.

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Wang X. Essays on international capital flows. Lancaster University, 2017. 164 p.

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Wang, Xichen. / Essays on international capital flows. Lancaster University, 2017. 164 p.

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T1 - Essays on international capital flows

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KW - capital flows

KW - international finance

M3 - Doctoral Thesis

PB - Lancaster University

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