The Role of Medium-Term Fiscal Frameworks for Transition Countries : The Case of Bulgaria
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- Balázs Horváth & Istvan P Szekely, 2001. "The Role of Medium-Term Fiscal Frameworks for Transition Countries; The Case of Bulgaria," IMF Working Papers 01/11, International Monetary Fund.
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- World Bank, 2003. "Serbia and Montenegro : Public Expenditure and Institutional Review, Volume 2. Serbia," World Bank Other Operational Studies 14823, The World Bank.
- Ivona G. Yakimova, 2004. "The Market Transition in Bulgaria – On Route To A Regulated Market Economy," Economic Studies journal, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Economic Research Institute, issue 3, pages 89-123.
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