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Aviral Kumar Tiwari and Mihai Mutascu (2015) Fiscal sustainability in E.U.27, European Economics Letters, Volume 4, Number 1, page 1-4.

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Simplice A. Asongu (2015) On the dynamic effects of foreign aid on corruption, European Economics Letters, Volume 4, Number 1, page 5-10.

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Muhammad Asali (2015) Recessions are not good for your health: the counter-cyclical health outcomes revisited, European Economics Letters, Volume 4, Number 1, page 11-14.

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Yannick Timmer (2015) TARGET2 balances and the adjustment of capital flows in the Euro area, European Economics Letters, Volume 4, Number 1, page 15-19.

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Sven Gruener (2015) Self-selection in economic experiments: Any difference between laboratory and internet-based experiments?, European Economics Letters, Volume 4, Number 1, page 20-22.

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John C. Anyanwu (2015) Oil wealth, ethno-religious-linguistic fractionalization and democracy in the Middle East and North Africa, European Economics Letters, Volume 4, Number 1, page 23-29.

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Hélène Syed Zwick and S. Ali Shah Syed (2015) The EU Blue Card scheme: A polarization vector, European Economics Letters, Volume 4, Number 1, page 30-36.

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Charles C. Chiemeke and Rafiq Bhuyan (2015) Role of investments in industrialization process for sustained economic growth: A comparative analysis of MENA region with world economies, European Economics Letters, Volume 4, Number 1, page 37-42.

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