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Leaningagainstthewindwithfiscalandmonetarypolicy

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  • Shaun de Jager
  • Chris Loewald
  • Konstantin Makrelov
  • Xolani Sibande

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Leaning against the wind with fiscal and monetary policy

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  • Shaun de Jager & Chris Loewald & Konstantin Makrelov & Xolani Sibande, 2022. "Leaningagainstthewindwithfiscalandmonetarypolicy," Working Papers 11033, South African Reserve Bank.
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