Public Sector Economics



Interactions between fiscal and monetary policies: a brief history of a long relationship*

Dubravko Mihaljek*
Article   |   Year:  2021   |   Pages:  419 - 432   |   Volume:  45   |   Issue:  4
Received:  October 15, 2021   |   Accepted:  October 31, 2021   |   Published online:  September 6, 2021
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