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Acheson, K. — Maule, C. (2006): Culture in International Trade. In: Ginsburg, V. A. — Throsby, D. (eds): Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture . Amsterdam: Elsevier

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‘reactive’ is a novel contribution to the political economic discussions on international trade. 2 Less likely hostilities through trade Embraced by liberal scholars and thinkers, the idea of trade as a

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International trade has been tested by a growing number of economic, political, ideological, institutional and legal challenges. On the one hand, the future of the global trading system depends largely upon the development of all these ‘external’, uncertain and unpredictable risks and opportunities of various natures. On the other hand, international trade and the functioning of the global trading system is one of the major factors that have a significant impact upon the shaping of the present and future world order.

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2011 Diebold, N. F. (2014): Non-Discrimination in International Trade in Services. ‘Likeness’ in WTO/GATS . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Ahmad, N. — Wyckoff, A. (2003): Carbon Dioxide Emissions Embodied in International Trade of Goods. DSTI/DOC(2003) 15. OECD. Andersson, J. O. — Nevalainen, M. (2003): Unequal Exchange

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Growth: Does the Financial System Matter? The Journal of International Trade and Economic Development , 23 ( 7 ): 1038 – 1058 . Im , K. S. — Pesaran , M. H. — Shin , Y. ( 2003

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Young, A. (1991): Learning-by-Doing and Dynamic Effects of International Trade. Quarterly Journal of Economics 106 : 396-406. Learning-by-Doing and Dynamic Effects of International

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Recently Echinothrips americanus and Microcephalothrips abdominalis were introduced in Europe, respectively, in 1989 and 1994. Both species can be easily identified and are known from interceptions in the international trade on different ornamental hosts. E. americanus is spread mostly with Araceae and M. abdominalis is found on the intensively cultivated Tagetes. Both thrips species can occur on many ornamentals without showing obvious damage. This occurrence without damage on commercial crops and the development on weeds hampers the effectiveness of measures to prevent spread. Both are reported here new for Hungary and additionally M. abdominalis is found for the first time in Croatia. Characters and photographs for the identification of both species are given. The species are compared with some other species described within Echinothrips and Microcephalothrips.

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” Comparative Advantage and Competitiveness of the EU's International Trade vis à vis the USA . Ekonomicky casopis 64 ( 5 ): 397 – 422 . OECD ( 2011 ): Globalisation, Comparative Advantage and

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1 Introduction International trade has long been considered a decisive underlying mechanism in regional development because export is a major source of income for regions, which can be multiplied by internal input-output relations ( North 1955

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