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Trade between symmetric countries, heterogeneous firms, and the skill premium

Bibliographic reference Vannoorenberghe, Gonzague. Trade between symmetric countries, heterogeneous firms, and the skill premium. In: Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 44, no.1, p. 148-170 (February 2011)
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