Fiscal Stimulus to the Rescue? Short-Run Benefits and Potential Long-Run Costs of Fiscal Deficits
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KeywordsBudget deficits; Economic models; Financial crisis; External shocks; Financial sector; Global Financial Crisis 2008-2009; Government expenditures; Productivity; Public debt; Fiscal Stimulus; Crowding-Out; Non-Ricardian Households; Government Deficits; Government Debt; Macro-Financial Linkages; inflation; fiscal policy; monetary policy; real interest rates;
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- NEP-MAC-2009-11-27 (Macroeconomics)
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