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James Daniel
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January 2007
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    Esta definición más amplia de ajuste fiscal (en comparación con el uso común que identifica ajuste fiscal con consolidación) refleja el creciente hincapié en las situaciones que justifican la expansión fiscal.

    En el texto principal solo se recogen algunas referencias. En la bibliografía se presenta una lista más completa.

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