Temporary Cycles or Volatile Trends? Economic Fluctuations in 21 OECD Economies
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- Gabriel Sterne & Tamim Bayoumi, 1993. "Temporary cycles or volatile trends? Economic fluctuations in 21 OECD economies," Bank of England working papers 13, Bank of England.
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