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Changes in prices for basic consumer basket goods: The case of the Kaliningrad region
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Trade Liberalisation and its Impact on Regional Development: Theoretical and Experimental Studies
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Minimising Investment Risks Through Optimising Public-Private Partnership: The Case of the Kaliningrad Region
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An Assessment of the Economic Performance of the EU Baltic Region States
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Impact of external migration on changes in the Swedish religious landscape
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