A Viable Gold Standard Requires Flexible Monetary and Fiscal Policy
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- Buiter, W., 1988. "A Viable Gold Standard Requires Flexible Monetary And Fiscal Policy," Papers 306, London School of Economics - Centre for Labour Economics.
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