Fiscal rules for subnational governments in the EMU context
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KeywordsUNION EUROPEA; FEDERALISMO; GOBIERNO ESTATAL; INGRESOS FISCALES; POLITICA FISCAL; FEDERALISM; FISCAL POLICY; STATE GOVERNMENT; TAX REVENUES; EUROPEAN UNION;
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