Governments and Promised Fiscal Consolidations; Do They Mean What They Say?
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KeywordsGovernment expenditures; Governance; Fiscal consolidation; Fiscal consolidation; Fiscal policy; Cross country analysis; Political economy; Fiscal adjustment; budget plan; budget implementation; promise gap; narrative approach; elections; fractionalization; accountability; Structure and Scope of Government; Deficit;
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