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Increased Significance of Repatriated and Reinvested Earnings

Gabor Hunya and Monika Schwarzhappel
wiiw FDI Report No. 2006-05, May 2006

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The Ukrainian Economy between Russia and the Enlarged EU: Consequences for Trade and Investment

Vasily Astrov, Zdenek Lukas and Josef Pöschl
wiiw country profile No. 23, March 2006

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Monthly Report No. 12/2005

Vladimir Gligorov, Peter Havlik, Mario Holzner, Leon Podkaminer and Josef Pöschl
wiiw Monthly Report No. 12, December 2005

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Why Is Food Cheaper in Rich (European) Countries?

Leon Podkaminer
wiiw Research Report No. 322, October 2005
31 pages including 2 Tables and 6 Figures

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The Effects of Factor- and Sector-biased Technical Change Revisited

Robert Stehrer
wiiw Working Paper No. 35, September 2005

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Opportunities for Acquisition and Outsourcing

Gabor Hunya and Monika Schwarzhappel
wiiw FDI Report No. 2005-05, May 2005

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Unit Labour Costs in the New EU Member States

Peter Havlik
wiiw Statistical Report No. 1, January 2005
28 pages including 1 Table and 6 Figures

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Foreign Direct Investment and the Catching-up Process in New EU Member States: Is There a Flying Geese Pattern?

Joze P. Damijan and Matija Rojec
wiiw Research Report No. 310, October 2004
48 pages including 17 Tables and 10 Figures

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As East You Go, the More They Grow: Transition Economies in a New Setting

Vladimir Gligorov, Josef Pöschl and Sandor Richter
wiiw Research Report No. 308, July 2004
112 pages including 38 Tables and 11 Figures

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From Accession to Cohesion: Ireland, Greece, Portugal and Spain and Lessons for the Next Accession

Kazimierz Laski and Roman Römisch
wiiw Research Report No. 298, July 2003
74 pages including 19 Tables and 40 Figures

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