An earlier version of this paper was presented at the Budapest Public Finance Seminar, organized at the Hungarian State Treasury, Budapest, in May 2019. Helpful comments by the participants of this conference and by the anonymous referees of this journal are gratefully acknowledged.
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Based on the Hausman test, the fixed effects model was applied.