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Georgia Riding the Waves of a Political Business Cycle

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As Georgia transitioned from one administration to another, it went from politically-motivated overspending on extravagant construction projects, to underspending and excessive fiscal conservatism. The result was a significant slowdown in economic growth, pouring cold water...
Does Productivity Increase with Farm Size?

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Ukraine's land rental market allowed for quick and flexible land consolidation in the hands of very large agricultural holdings. Yet, data show that land consolidation in and of itself does not lead to efficiency gains....

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