Peripheral Europe's debt and German wages: the role of wage policy in the Euro area
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- Engelbert Stockhammer, 2011. "Peripheral Europe’s Debt and German Wages. The Role of Wage Policy in the Euro Area," Discussion Papers 29, Research on Money and Finance.
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KeywordsEconomic and Monetary Union; EMU; euro area; eurozone; European Union; EU; financial crises; single currency; currencies; sovereign debt; wage policies; wage coordination; Southern Europe; Germany; Greece; Ireland; macroeconomics; public sector; financial balances; domestic sector; private sector; current accounts; account deficits; capital inflows; peripheral countries; public debt; account surpluses; wages; Portugal; Italy; Spain; peripheral Europe; public policy; economic policies; alternative paradigms.;
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