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Monopolistic Competition, Expected Inflation And Contract Length

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  • MARINI, G.
  • SCARAMOZZINO, P.

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  • Marini, G. & Scaramozzino, P., 1989. "Monopolistic Competition, Expected Inflation And Contract Length," Papers 8940, Tilburg - Center for Economic Research.
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