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Financial Policy

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  • Gerald Epstein

    () (Univ. of Massachusetts)

  • Ilene Grabel

    () (Professor of International Finance, Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver)

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  • Gerald Epstein & Ilene Grabel, 2007. "Financial Policy," Publications 3, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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