This paper looks at the economies of France and Germany and discusses differences in their growth models and divergences in their performance since the economic crisis.
Guillaume Cléaud, Francisco de Castro Fernández, Jorge Durán Laguna, Lucia Granelli, Martin Hallet, Anne Jaubertie, Carlos Maravall Rodriguez, Diana Ognyanova, Balazs Palvolgyi, Tsvetan Tsalinski, Kai-Young Weißschädel and Johannes Ziemendorff
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Discussion Paper 103. July 2019. Brussels. PDF. 166pp. Tab. Graph. Bibliogr. Free.
ISBN 978-92-79-77440-9 (online)
ISSN 2443-8022 (online)
JEL classification: E0, E2, E6, H0, H2, H6, J3, J5, O3, O4, O5
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