How crude oil prices shape the global division of labor

@article{Picciolo2015HowCO,
  title={How crude oil prices shape the global division of labor},
  author={Francesco Picciolo and Andreas A. Papandreou and Klaus Hubacek and Franco Ruzzenenti},
  journal={Applied Energy},
  year={2015},
  volume={189},
  pages={753-761}
}

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