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Persistent Terms of Trade Effects of Nominal Shocks

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  • T.M. Andersen
  • N.C. Beier

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  • T.M. Andersen & N.C. Beier, 1999. "Persistent Terms of Trade Effects of Nominal Shocks," DNB Staff Reports (discontinued) 31, Netherlands Central Bank.
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