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- Ramesh Chandra Das:
Causal Links Among Banks' Investments on Government Securities, GDP and Different Heads of Central Plan Expenditures in India. Int. J. Asian Bus. Inf. Manag. 10(1): 78-93 (2019)
- Hsiang Hsu, Flávio du Pin Calmon, José Cândido Silveira Santos Filho, Andre P. Calmon, Salman Salamatian:
Correspondence Analysis of Government Expenditure Patterns. CoRR abs/1812.01105 (2018)
- Marcelo Pita, Gustavo da Gama Torres:
Inferring Companies Similarities from Brazilian Government Expenditure Data. SBSI 2015: 703-708
- Bo Yang, Xueguang Chen, Mehala Zhuran:
Research on congestible government production and welfare expenditure in stochastic endogenous growth model. Int. J. Comput. Appl. Technol. 50(1/2): 148-157 (2014)
- Wen-Hung Wu, Hui-Ling Lu, Deng-Yuan Huang:
Government expenditure decision-making under fuzzy relations. Int. J. Serv. Stand. 3(3): 289-298 (2007)
- Haijun Wang, Shigeng Hu:
Productive Government Expenditure in a Stochastically Growing Open Economy. J. Syst. Sci. Complex. 20(1): 95-107 (2007)
- Yoichi Gokan:
Dynamic effects of government expenditure in a finance constrained economy. J. Econ. Theory 127(1): 323-333 (2006)
- Manuel de la Sen:
Controllability and equilibrium analysis of the interaction between the unemployment level and related government expenditure. Int. J. Syst. Sci. 29(11): 1301-1312 (1998)
- Manuel de la Sen:
Controllability and Equilibrium Analysis of the Interaction between the Unemloyment Level and Related Government Expenditure. Informatica 9(2): 173-194 (1998)
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