Remaking macroeconomic policy after the global financial crisis: a balance-sheet approach
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"Экономический Кризис, Мировая Экономика, Экономическая Наука И Экономическая Политика
[Economic crisis, world economy, economics and economic policy]," MPRA Paper 31912, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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