From wage suppression to sovereign debt crisis in Western Europe: who pays for the costs of the crisis?
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Keywordsfinancial crises; public debt; unemployment; employment; wages; wage share; Western Europe; wage suppression; sovereign debts; crisis costs; labour markets; public finance; market outcomes; functional distribution; taxes; taxation; spending composition; public spending; public goods; inputs; personal incomes; income distribution; public policy; economic policies; alternative paradigms.;
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