Exchange Rate regimes, Political Parties, and the Inflation-Unemployment Tradeoff: Evidence From Greece
We use Greek data during 1960-1994 to test and estimate a model in which wage inflation, price inflation and unemployment depend on the exchange rate regime, the identity of the political party in power and whether an election is expected to take place.
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