Bunching at 3 Percent: The Maastricht Fiscal Criterion and Government Deficits
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KeywordsFiscal rules; Fiscal policy; Fiscal deficits; Econometric models; Economic policy; Fiscal position; Fiscal performance; bunching estimation; treatment effects; Deficit; counterfactual; covariate; covariates; treatment effect; logit;
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