Fiscal Multipliers in Bulgaria; Low But Still Relevant
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KeywordsBulgaria; Fiscal consolidation; Fiscal policy; General equilibrium models; business cycle; nonlinear analysis; fiscal multipliers; fiscal instruments; tax base; Quantitative Policy Modeling; Computable and Other Applied General Equilibrium Models; Forecasting and Simulation; Forecasting and Simulation; General;
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