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Giuseppe Eusepi, Richard E. Wagner: Public debt: An illusion of democratic political economy

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  1. The concern for balanced budgets has long since been abandoned (Wagner 2012).

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Smith, D.J. Giuseppe Eusepi, Richard E. Wagner: Public debt: An illusion of democratic political economy. Rev Austrian Econ 32, 185–188 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11138-017-0411-2

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