Original Sin and Procylical Fiscal Policy; Two Sides of the Same Coin?
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KeywordsDeveloping countries; Emerging markets; Economic models; Sovereign debt; Public debt; Political economy; Price stabilization; Inflation; Fiscal policy; Fiscal policy cyclicality; original sin; government expenditure; expenditure; budget constraint;
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