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NAZUKOVA Nataliia Mykolaiivna1

1Institute for Economics and Forecasting, NAS of Ukraine

Public funding of education as a factor of economic growth

Economy and forecasting 2020; 2:72-90https://doi.org/10.15407/econforecast2020.02.072


JEL: H41, H52, I22, O23, O47

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