Nonrenewable Resources; A Case for Persistent Fiscal Surpluses
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KeywordsChile; Fiscal policy; nonrenewable resources; intergenerational transfer; overlapping generation model; expenditure; government expenditure; fiscal surpluses; public expenditure;
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