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Labor market regulations, Labor market institutions, Labor market characteristics, Labor market friction, Labor markets, Labor Market Adjustments, Informality, Latin America, WP, labor market regulation, government effectiveness, minimum wage, CCE
replacement rate, savings withdrawal, contribution rate, reform option, fiscal cost, Pension spending, Pensions, Retirement, Aging, Women, Global
unrest data, policy space, GDP weight, RSUI-implied Unrest Events, E. addressing reverse causality, Fiscal consolidation, Estimation techniques, Consumption, Economic recession, Emerging and frontier financial markets, Global
Taxation, Progressivity, Inclusive Growth, Latin America and the Caribbean, OECD tax revenue statistics database, OECD sample, OECD countries sample, income level, OECD distribution, OECD group, OECD member, OECD benchmark, PIT revenue, Personal income tax, Corporate income tax, Income tax systems, Income and capital gains taxes, Caribbean, Global
Fiscal shocks, adjustment, corporate investment, emerging markets, firms' investment response, rebound in investment, government expenditure Forecast Error, firm level, sales growth, Fiscal consolidation, Corporate investment, Capital adequacy requirements, Middle East and Central Asia, Europe, Africa, Global, Asia and Pacific
Central Bank Independence, Inflation, Latin America, inflation episode, independence result, CBI index, gold exchange, finance government expenditure, inflation distribution, executive branch, fiscal dominance, country level, inflation expectation, term of office, credit to the government, inflation inertia, Latin American country, Central bank autonomy, Central bank legislation, Bank credit, Central bank organization, Central America, South America
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economic development, trade liberalisation, volatility
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