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    • Central bank independence and economic performance in eastern Europe 

      Neyapti, B. (Elsevier BV, 2001)
      Following the breakdown of central planning by the early 1990s, transition economies faced varying measures of the need for economic restructuring and stabilisation. This paper examines both the trends in economic performance ...
    • Central bank independence, government political orientation and optimum government expenditure financing 

      Berument, Hakan; Önder, A. Ö. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2002)
      This paper extends the government optimum expenditure financing model by incorporating the effects of both the government's political orientation and the central bank's independence. For the panel data of fourteen OECD ...
    • Fractionalization effect and government financing 

      Berument, Hakan; Heckelman, J. C. (Institute of International Economic Studies, 2005)
      The weak government argument claims that fractionalized governments (coalition or minority governments) have more difficulty increasing their tax revenues or decreasing their spending than majority governments. This implies ...