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Buiter, W. H. — Sibert, A. C. (2006): How the Eurosystem’s Treatment of Collateral in its Open Market Operations Weakens Fiscal Discipline in the Eurozone. Fiscal Policy and the Road to the Euro . Warsaw: National Bank of Poland

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, Romániában és Magyarországon (Parallel Stories. The Development and Treatment of Household Foreign-currency Lending in Poland, Romania and Hungary). Közgazdasági Szemle , LIX(April): 349–411. Hudecz A

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of Treatment Effects, and the Trouble with Averages. Milbank Quarterly 82: 661–687. Braslow J. Evidence-based Medicine, Heterogeneity of Treatment Effects, and the Trouble with

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): Elmeegészségért felelősök és jövőkutatók az agresszió humánus kezeléséért [Futurists and Mental Health Experts for the Humane Treatment of Aggression] . Psychiatria Hungarica 17 ( 4 ): 358 – 366

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–2007 2004 HRW (2006): Jordan. The Silent Treatment. Fleeing Iraq, Surviving in Jordan. Human Rights Watch , 18(10). ICG

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Foreign direct investment and external debt in Hungary

An attempt to examine the macroeconomic capital structure from a new perspective

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Authors: Iván Bélyácz and Mónika Kuti

508 Vamvakidis, Athanasios (2007): External Debt and Economic Reform: Does a Pain Reliever Delay the Necessary Treatment? IMF Working Paper No. 07/50. Verdier

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in the High-level Seminar with the EU-candidate Countries in Paris on December 21, www.ecb.int. Persson, T. (2001): Currency Unions and Trade: How Large is the Treatment Effect? Economic Policy, October

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Rate? An Analysis of State Data, 1960–2005 . Social Science Research 40 ( 3 ): 705 – 715 . American Psychiatric Association ( 2003 ): Practice Guidelines for the Assessment and Treatment of Patients with

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Matching method ( Imbens 2004; Imbens – Wooldridge 2009 ). In this method, the average treatment effect (ATE) measures the difference in average outcomes between units assigned to the treatment group and units assigned to the control group. In this study

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temporary workers and in the tax and social security treatment of employees versus independent contractors ( OECD 2018c ). 4.3 Measures to facilitate labour mobility Well-functioning social safety nets can ensure that workers who lose their jobs because of

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