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The Temporal Causality between Government Taxes and Spending

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  • Stiassny, Alfred & Koren, Stephan, 1992. "The Temporal Causality between Government Taxes and Spending," Department of Economics Working Paper Series 14, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business.
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