Direct Distribution of Resource Revenues; Worth Considering?
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KeywordsNatural resources; Government expenditures and welfare programs; Fiscal policy; resource wealth management; direct redistribution; cash transfers; natural resource; cash transfer; Recursos naturales; Ingreso; Distribución del ingreso; Política fiscal;
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