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45523

Khan, Muhammad and Kebewar, mazen and Nenovsky, Nikolay (2013): Inflation Uncertainty, Output Growth Uncertainty and Macroeconomic Performance: Comparing Alternative Exchange Rate Regimes in Eastern Europe.

61007

Nenovsky, Nikolay (2013): Нови факти за живота на професор Симеон Демостенов (1886–1966). Forthcoming in: Исторически преглед No. 1-2 (2013): pp. 1-11.

62039

Nenovsky, Nikolay and MIlev, Jeko (2014): Bulgarian Welfare System (1989 – 2014) During the Transition and the Crisis. Forthcoming in: in book: "Welfare Regimes of Europe in the 21st Century: Varieties of Activation Reform and the Japanese Case/Japan

62040

Nenovsky, Nikolay and Karpouzanov, Momtchil (2010): Value, Prices and Money. Comparing Marx and Menger.

79864

Nenovsky, Nikolay (2015): The Soviets monetary experience (1917 – 1924) through the perspective of the discussion on unity and diversity of money.

80089

Aman, Moustapha and Nenovsky, Nikolay (2014): Géopolitique du régime monétaire. Expliquer la longévité du Currency Board de Djibouti.

85295

Nenovsky, Nikolay (2018): Парите като координация на стоковото стопанство. Стари и нови прочити на теорията на Маркс.

93541

Aman, Moustapha and Nenovsky, Nikolay (2015): Stabilité du Currency Board et fuite des capitaux. Modèle théorique et application empirique au cas de Djibouti.

98155

Marinova, Tsvetelina and Nenovsky, Nikolay (2020): Cooperative Agricultural Farms in Bulgaria (1890 -1989).

113048

Nenovsky, Nikolay (2020): The Theory of the Emission Economy Bolshevik roots of "Modern Monetary Theory".

114701

Faudot, Adrien and Marinova, Tsvetelina and Nenovsky, Nikolay (2022): Comecon Monetary Mechanisms. A history of socialist monetary integration (1949 – 1991).

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