Tehran Institute for Advanced Studies (TeIAS)

/ Size-Dependent Industrial Policies and Firm Performance: The Case of Iran’s Credit Extension Policy for Small Firms, 2005-2013

Size-Dependent Industrial Policies and Firm Performance: The Case of Iran’s Credit Extension Policy for Small Firms, 2005-2013

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The Impact of Intensified International Sanctions on Iran’s Manufacturing Sector, 2012-2013

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