Is the Fiscal Deficit Misconceived? Proponents of Generational Accounting Overstate their Case
AbstractOtto Gandenberger, Is the Fiscal Deficit Misconceived? Proponents of Generational Accounting Overstate their Case
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Public deficits; generational accounting; intergenerational distribution; lifetime consumption;
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