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DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research

DIW Economic Bulletin

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Current editor: Tomaso Duso
Current editor: Ferdinand Fichtner
Current editor: Marcel Fratzscher
Current editor: Peter Haan
Current editor: Claudia Kemfert
Current editor: Lukas Menkhoff
Current editor: Johanna Möllerström
Current editor: Karsten Neuhoff
Current editor: Jürgen Schupp
Current editor: C. Katharina Spieß
Current editor: Gert G. Wagner
Current editor: Gritje Hartmann
Current editor: Wolf-Peter Schill

Additional information is available for the following registered editor(s): Pio Baake Christian Dreger Tomaso Duso Ferdinand Fichtner Marcel Fratzscher Peter Haan Claudia Kemfert Karsten Michael Neuhoff Jürgen Schupp Wolf-Peter Schill Katharina Christa Spiess Gert G. Wagner
Series handle: RePEc:diw:diwdeb
ISSN: 2192-7200

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2017, Volume 7, Issue 51/52

2017, Volume 7, Issue 50

2017, Volume 7, Issue 49

2017, Volume 7, Issue 48

2017, Volume 7, Issue 46/47

2017, Volume 7, Issue 45

2017, Volume 7, Issue 44

2017, Volume 7, Issue 43

2017, Volume 7, Issue 42

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2017, Volume 7, Issue 39/40

2017, Volume 7, Issue 38

2017, Volume 7, Issue 37

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2017, Volume 7, Issue 33/34/35

2017, Volume 7, Issue 31/32

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2017, Volume 7, Issue 18/19

2017, Volume 7, Issue 16/17

2017, Volume 7, Issue 14/15

2017, Volume 7, Issue 12/13

2017, Volume 7, Issue 11

2017, Volume 7, Issue 10

2017, Volume 7, Issue 9

2017, Volume 7, Issue 8

2017, Volume 7, Issue 6/7

2017, Volume 7, Issue 5

2017, Volume 7, Issue 3/4

2017, Volume 7, Issue 1/2

2016, Volume 6, Issue 51/52

2016, Volume 6, Issue 50

2016, Volume 6, Issue 49

2016, Volume 6, Issue 48

2016, Volume 6, Issue 46/47

2016, Volume 6, Issue 45

2016, Volume 6, Issue 44

2016, Volume 6, Issue 43

2016, Volume 6, Issue 40/41/42

2016, Volume 6, Issue 39

2016, Volume 6, Issue 38

2016, Volume 6, Issue 37

2016, Volume 6, Issue 36

2016, Volume 6, Issue 34/35

2016, Volume 6, Issue 32/33

2016, Volume 6, Issue 31

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2016, Volume 6, Issue 22/23

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2016, Volume 6, Issue 16/17

2016, Volume 6, Issue 15

2016, Volume 6, Issue 14

2016, Volume 6, Issue 12/13

2016, Volume 6, Issue 11

2016, Volume 6, Issue 9/10

2016, Volume 6, Issue 8

2016, Volume 6, Issue 7

2016, Volume 6, Issue 6

2016, Volume 6, Issue 4/5

2016, Volume 6, Issue 3

2016, Volume 6, Issue 1/2

2015, Volume 5, Issue 50-52

2015, Volume 5, Issue 49

2015, Volume 5, Issue 48

2015, Volume 5, Issue 47

2015, Volume 5, Issue 45/46

2015, Volume 5, Issue 44

2015, Volume 5, Issue 42/43

2015, Volume 5, Issue 41

2015, Volume 5, Issue 40

2015, Volume 5, Issue 39

2015, Volume 5, Issue 38

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    by Ferdinand Fichtner & Guido Baldi & Franziska Bremus & Karl Brenke & Christian Dreger & Hella Engerer & Christoph Große Steffen & Simon Junker & Claus Michelsen & Katharina Pijnenburg & Maximilian Podstawski & Malte Rieth & Dirk Ulbricht & Kristina van Deuverden
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