A critique to the expansionary austerity (part III): empirical counter facts beyond theoretical weaknesses
In two previous contributions published in this working paper series, we pointed out the theoretical fragilities of the expansionary austerity theory (EAT). In this paper, we develop our critique even further by integrating the above theoretical investigation with an econometric model testing for th...
|Place of publication:||
University of Greenwich Business School 01.02.2017
|Data of publication:||2017-02-01|
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