Second Reply to Bergh
I AM PLEASED THAT IN HIS SECOND COMMENT ANDREAS BERGH (2006b) has decided to â€œtry even harder to recur to the facts,â€ and agrees that on the key econometric front our â€œactual disagreement is very smallâ€ (pp. 452, 453). He also now reveals that he is â€œin fact rather friendly to the welfare state.â€ We seem to have achieved some convergence.
Volume (Year): 3 (2006)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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