External Debt, Investment, and Economic Growth: A Seemingly Unrelated Regression Model for Low-Income Countries
HAKIMI Abdelaziz , BOUSSAADA Rim , KARMANI Majdi
Journal of Economic Integration. 2019;34(4):725-745.   Published online 2019 Nov 29     DOI: https://doi.org/10.11130/jei.2019.34.4.725
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