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Is Ireland the most Intangible Intensive Economy in Europe? A Growth Accounting Perspective

Ilias Kostarakos, Kieran McQuinn and Petros Varthalitis

No WP719, Papers from Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI)

Date: 2022
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