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Modelling Money Shocks in a Small Open Economy: The Case of Taiwan

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  • logan J. Kelly

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  • Jane M. Binner & logan J. Kelly, 2017. "Modelling Money Shocks in a Small Open Economy: The Case of Taiwan," Manchester School, University of Manchester, vol. 85, pages 104-120, September.
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