University of Melbourne
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Business Cycle Asymmetry, Deepness, Steepness, Small Open Economy, International Borrowing Constraints
asymmetric information, job reallocation, long-term financial contract, stationary
Optimal lending contract, Borrowing constraints, Asymmetric information, Limited commitment, Impatient entrepreneur
Inequality aversion, Composition of Government Expenditure, Overlapping Generations
Costly External Finance, Reallocation, Output-Weighted Aggregate Productivity
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