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Minimum wages; Labor income; Household consumption; Permanent income hypothesis
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Household consumption, Labor income, minimum wage, Permanent income hypothesis
intra-industry trade, real convergence, transition, emerging Europe, economic integration, Central and Eastern Europe, South-Eastern Europe, vertical IIT, horizontal IIT, Western Balkan, panel data, EU candidate countries, convergence criteria
capital requirements, risk-taking, moral hazard, macroprudential policy
Ageing, Public Debt, Median Voter, Democracy
Real-time fiscal policy, Primary fiscal balance, Long-term interest rate
entrepreneurship, equity investment, Innovation, Investment readiness, randomized controlled trial., start-ups
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