Fiscal Policy, Specialization, and Trade in the Two-Sector Model: The Return of Ricardo?
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- Marianne Baxter, 1991. "Fiscal policy, specialization, and trade in the two-sector model: the return of Ricardo?," Discussion Paper / Institute for Empirical Macroeconomics 56, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
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