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Ana Lucia Abeliansky

Dr.rer.pol. Ana Lucia Abeliansky
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2021 Abeliansky, Ana Lucia, Barbero, Javier, Rodriguez-Crespo, Ernesto. 2021. ICTs quality and quantity and the margins of trade. Telecommunications Policy. 45 (1) (Details)
2020 Abeliansky, Ana Lucia, Martinez-Zarzoso, Inmaculada, Prettner, Klaus. 2020. 3D printing, international trade, and FDI. Economic Modelling. 85 (Details)
  Abeliansky, Ana Lucia, Erel, Devin, Strulik, Holger. 2020. Aging in the USA: similarities and disparities across time and space. Scientific Reports. (Details)
  Abeliansky, Ana Lucia, Strulik, Holger. 2020. Season of birth, health and aging. Economics and Human Biology. 36 (Details)
  Abeliansky, Ana Lucia, Algur, Eda, Bloom, David, Prettner, Klaus. 2020. The future of work: Meeting the global challenges of demographic change and automation. International Labour Review. (Details)
2019 Abeliansky, Ana Lucia, Strulik, Holger. 2019. Long-run improvements in human health: Steady but unequal. Journal of the Economics of Ageing. 14 (Details)
  Abeliansky, Ana Lucia, Martinez-Zarzoso, Inmaculada. 2019. The relationship between the Chinese ‘going out’ strategy and international trade. Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal. 13 open access (Details)
2018 Abeliansky, Ana Lucia, Strulik, Holger. 2018. How We Fall Apart: Similarities of Human Aging in 10 European Countries. Demography. 55 (1) (Details)
  Abeliansky, Ana Lucia, Strulik, Holger. 2018. Hungry children age faster. Economics and Human Biology. 29 (Details)
2017 Abeliansky, Ana Lucia, Hilbert, Martin. 2017. Digital technology and international trade: Is it the quantity of subscriptions or the quality of data speed that matters? Telecommunications Policy. 41 (1) (Details)

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