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Browsing publications by Dr Wessel Vermeulen.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Anastasios Evgenidis
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Economic consequences of follow-up disasters: Lessons from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake2021
Dr Sara Maioli
Dr Salvatore Di Novo
Professor Giorgio Fazio
Professor Jonathan Sapsed
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
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The UK’s International Creative Trade: A Review of the Official Data Sources2021
Dr Salvatore Di Novo
Professor Giorgio Fazio
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
12 facts about the UK’s international trade in creative goods and services2020
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Electric vehicle incentive policies in Canadian provinces2020
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Dr Salvatore Di Novo
Professor Giorgio Fazio
International creative students: their significance for UK universities, regions and the creative industries2020
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Natural disasters and trade: the mitigating impact of port substitution2020
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
The imperial roots of global trade2020
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Manufacturing in a Natural Resource Based Economy: Evidence from Canadian Plants2019
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Emergence of Sovereign Wealth Funds2018
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Parliament in Gross Human Rights Violations: The Case of Darfur2018
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Scarcity drives economic development: The effect of energy subsidies on export diversification in the Middle East2018
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Macro-economic determinants of European stock and government bond correlations: A tale of two regions2016
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Dutch Disease and the Mitigation Effect of Migration: Evidence from Canadian Provinces2015
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Failure to prevent Gross Human Rights Violations in Darfur. Warnings to and Responses by International Decisions Makers (2003-2005)2014
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
The role of the Netherlands in the European Framework for an international response on Darfur during its Presidency in 2004-20052014
Dr Wessel Vermeulen
Failures to Prevent Genocide in Rwanda (1994), Srebrenica (1995), and Darfur (since 2003)2009