terça-feira, abril 25, 2006

377) Papers do FMI e de outros organismos econômicos

Para os que, como eu, apreciam estudos analíticos e teóricos de boa qualidade em matéria econômica e financeira, recomendo a seguinte base de dados de textos do FMI e de outros organismos econômicos internacionais: Social Science Research Network's (SSRN), um banco de dados com milhares de papers por renomados especialistas internacionais.

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