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Investment gestation lags: The difference between time-to-build and delivery lags

Bibliographic reference Peeters, Marie-Rose. Investment gestation lags: The difference between time-to-build and delivery lags. In: Applied Economics, Vol. 28, no. 2, p. 203-208 (1996)
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