Catch-Up Growth, Habits, Oil Depletion, and Fiscal Policy; Lessons from the Republic of Congo
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KeywordsAdjustment process; Congo; Republic of; Economic growth; Oil; Fiscal policy; Social policy; Republic of Congo; Oil revenues; Sustainable fiscal policy; habit formation; permanent-income hypothesis; catch-up growth; primary deficit; expenditure; government spending; public spending; Congo; Macroeconomic - Aspects Of Public Finance; Macroeconomic Policy; And General Outlook; national Government Expenditures And Related Policies; nonrenewable Resources And Conservation;
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