Anchor me: the benefits and challenges of fiscal responsibility
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- Serhan Cevik, 2019. "Anchor Me: The Benefits and Challenges of Fiscal Responsibility," IMF Working Papers 19/70, International Monetary Fund.
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- Serhan Cevik, 2019. "Back to the Future: Fiscal Rules for Regaining Sustainability," IMF Working Papers 19/242, International Monetary Fund.
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