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Next Generation EU borrowing- a first assessment

Grégory Claeys, Rebecca Christie and Pauline Weil

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Abstract: What is new about NGEU is not just the increase in the EU’s borrowing power, but also the nature of the expenditure.

Date: 2021-11
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