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IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF INTERREGIONALGOVERNMENT TRANSFERS IN BRAZIL: AN INPUT-OUTPUT APPROACH

By CARLOS ANTONIO LUQUE, EDUARDO AMARAL HADDAD, GILBERTO TADEU LIMA, SÉRGIO NARUHIKO SAKURAI and SILVIO M. A. COSTA
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