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Konjunkturelle Effekte der finanzpolitischen Maßnahmen des Konjunkturprogramms: Endbericht; Kurzexpertise im Auftrag des Bundesfinanzministeriums (fe 3/19)


  • Marius Clemens
  • Simon Junker
  • Claus Michelsen


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  • Marius Clemens & Simon Junker & Claus Michelsen, 2020. "Konjunkturelle Effekte der finanzpolitischen Maßnahmen des Konjunkturprogramms: Endbericht; Kurzexpertise im Auftrag des Bundesfinanzministeriums (fe 3/19)," DIW Berlin: Politikberatung kompakt, DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research, volume 127, number pbk156, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:diw:diwpok:pbk156
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