The decade of adjustment : a review of austerity trends 2010-2020 in 187 countries
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Keywordssocial protection; economic recession; economic recovery; public expenditure; employment security; growth rate; welfare economics; projection; trend; data collecting; methodology; protection sociale; récession économique; reprise économique; dépenses publiques; sécurité de l'emploi; taux de croissance; économie de bien-être; projection; tendance; collecte des données; méthodologie; protección social; recesión económica; recuperación económica; gasto público; seguridad en el empleo; tasa de crecimiento; economía del bienestar; proyección; tendencia; recopilación de datos; metodología;
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