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Exchange rates, emerging market crises, trading strategies
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Government debt, spillover effects, government spending, tax reform, privatizing retirement saving, non-Ricardian model
government debt, spillover effects, government spending, tax reform, privatizing retirement saving, non-Ricardian model
exchange rate models, euro/dollar and yen/dollar exchange rates, capital flows
Working Paper, Fiscal policy, Fiscal transparency, Budget deficits, Budgetary policy
Interest rates, fiscal policy, international reserves
Personal retirement accounts, fiscal consolidation, tax reform, global fiscal model
Public Debt, Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy
Working Paper, Fiscal policy, Adjustment process, Public debt, Economic models
Emerging markets, fiscal performance, global imbalances, interest rate spreads
fractional integration, rolling window estimation, long memory
Fiscal policy, Europe, European Union, Credit, Currencies, Foreign exchange, Economic models
Contagion, international capital flows, emerging market crises
International monetary reform lender of last resort financial crises
Fiscal policy, Aging, Economic models, Working Paper, Labor markets, Direct taxation
Globalization, Economic integration, Trade integration, Corporate taxes, Tax revenues, Tax rates, Economic models, Corporate tax rates, Tax revenues, Globalization, Strategic behavior
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Global aging, fiscal adjustment, fiscal cooperation, Lisbon Agenda, IMF’s Global Fiscal Model
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