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Capital mobility, fiscal policy and growth under self-financing of human capital formation
Willem H. Buiter
1995 by Department of Applied Economics, University of Cambridge in Cambridge .
Written in English
|Statement||Willem H. Buiter and Kenneth M. Kletzer.|
|Series||DAE working paper -- no.9507|
|Contributions||Kletzer, Kenneth M., University of Cambridge. Department of Applied Economics.|
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Capital mobility, fiscal policy, and growth under self-financing of human capital formation, Buiter, W. H., & Kletzer, K. (No. (No. The article establishes the impacts Capital mobility both financial and fiscal policies on economic growth in closed and open economies in situations where households are constrained by a lack of.
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