German Economic Analysis Using a Macroeconomic Structural Model
good society – social democracy #2017plus
Increasing Inequality Reduces Long-term Growth German Economic Analysis Using a Macroeconomic Structural Model good society – social democracy #2017plus
Increasing inequality reduces long-term growth
German economic analysis using a macroeconomic structural model Bonn, 2017
German economic analysis using a macroeconomic structural model / Hanne Albig, Marius Clemens, Ferdinand Fichtner, Stefan Gebauer, Simon Junker, Konstantin Kholodilin. - Bonn : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Division of Economic and Social Policy, 2017. - 30 Seiten = 2,2 MB, PDF-File. - (Good society - social democracy #2017 plus) Einheitssacht.: Zunehmende Ungleichheit verringert langfristig Wachstum. - Electronic ed.: Bonn : FES, 2017 ISBN 978-3-95861-784-1
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