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University of Palermo - d/SEAS
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Fiscal multiplier, local projection methods, informality, DSGE model, TANK model., high-informality country, role of informality, unofficial multiplier, government spending shock, investment goods producer, shadow economy variable, depreciation rate, Fiscal multipliers, Informal economy, Consumption, Global
green patents, climate change policy, diff-in-diff approach, innovation
impact of pandemic, pandemic dummy regression, income share, pandemic event, severity of the pandemic, COVID-19, Income inequality, Income distribution, Income, Global
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