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New Articles from Our Journals
- ‘Give me your watch and I will tell you the time’: crisis and austerity in the European Union from a Bourdieusian perspective
- Economics and climate justice activism: assessing the financial impact of the fossil fuel divestment movement
- Endogenous peer effects and level of informality: some evidence from micro and small firms in Cameroon
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