Output Volatility and Large Output Drops in Emerging Market and Developing Countries
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KeywordsDeveloping countries; Exchange rate policy; Emerging markets; Fiscal policy; Gross domestic product; Production; Output volatility; output drops; output growth; terms of trade; government spending;
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