Inflation may be the next dragon to slay
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- Sell, Friedrich L. & Reinisch, David C., 2013. "How do Beveridge and Phillips curves in the euro area behave under the stress of the world economic crisis?," Working Papers in Economics 2013,1, Bundeswehr University Munich, Economic Research Group.
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KeywordsInflation (Finance) ; Inflation risk;
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