Money and Growth in a Production Economy with Multiple Assets

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KAAS, Leo, Gerd WEINRICH, 2003. Money and Growth in a Production Economy with Multiple Assets. In: Macroeconomic Dynamics. 7(5), pp. 670-690. Available under: doi: 10.1017/S1365100503020200

@article{Kaas2003Money-12274, title={Money and Growth in a Production Economy with Multiple Assets}, year={2003}, doi={10.1017/S1365100503020200}, number={5}, volume={7}, journal={Macroeconomic Dynamics}, pages={670--690}, author={Kaas, Leo and Weinrich, Gerd} }

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