Real Wage Rigidities, Fiscal Policy, and the Stability of EMU in the Transition Phase
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KeywordsEuropean Economic and Monetary Union; Monetary policy; Fiscal policy; Wages; European Monetary Union; real wage rigidity; unemployment; labor market reforms; asymmetric shocks; wage; unemployment rate; rising unemployment;
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