Inflation, Fiscal Policy and Central Banks (Google eBook)
Leo N. Bartolotti
Nova Publishers, 2006 - Business & Economics - 186 pages
This book brings together new research on three areas of ongoing interest in the area of international finance: Inflation, Fiscal Policy and Central Policy. Several of the papers deal with the G-8 countries.
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