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“Black Swans” and Social Institutions

Dementiev V.E.

Volume 14, Issue 3, 2021

Dementiev V.E. “Black swans” and social institutions. Economic and Social Changes: Facts, Trends, Forecast, 2021, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 54–66. DOI: 10.15838/esc.2021.3.75.3

DOI: 10.15838/esc.2021.3.75.3

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