Economic Openness and Effectiveness of Countercyclical Macroeconomic Policies in the Context of Global Economic Slowdown: Experiences of the SEACEN Countries
This paper intends to provide some insights into whether counter-cyclical macroeconomic policies, in particular fiscal spending is effective tool to stabilising and stimulating the economy in the context of the open economic structure.
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