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Permanent income and credit rationing in the open economy multiplier/accelerator model: An exercise for the developing countries case

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  • Kaskarelis, Ioannis A.
  • Varelas, Erotokritos G.

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  • Kaskarelis, Ioannis A. & Varelas, Erotokritos G., 1996. "Permanent income and credit rationing in the open economy multiplier/accelerator model: An exercise for the developing countries case," Journal of Macroeconomics, Elsevier, vol. 18(3), pages 531-549.
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