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Economic growth in a time of even higher public debt in the European Union countriesin the years of 2001–2015

References Ahlborn M., Schweickert R., Public Debt and Economic Growth – Economic Systems Matter , “CEGE Discussion Paper”, No 281, March 2016. Baldacci E., Gupta S., Mati A., Is it (Still) Mostly Fiscal? Determinants of Sovereign Spreads in Emerging Markets , “IMF Working Paper”, No. 259, November 2008. Bernoth K., von Hagen J., Schuknecht L., Sovereign risk premia in the European government bond market , “ECB Working Paper”, No. 369, 2004. Bernoth K., Wolff G.B., Fool the markets? Creative accounting, fiscal transparency and

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High public debt servicing costs for the agency model of debt management in Poland

References Badurina A.A., Švaljek S., Public debt management before, during and after the crisis , “Financial Theory and Practice”, 2012, 36 (1), pp. 73–100. Cieślik E., Jankowska E., Górniewicz G., Piotrowicz A., Redo J., Redo M., Siemiątkowski P., Ekonomiczne aspekty integracji wybranych państw Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej, Toruń 2015, DOI: 10.12775/TIS.2015.100. Currie E., Dethier J.J., Togo E., Institutional Arrangements for Public Debt Management , “Policy Research Working Paper”, No. 3021, April 2003. Fitch, Podsumowanie IV

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The external debt overhang problem as a threat to global financial security

(8), 2007. Dynus M., Zadłużenie zagraniczne Polski – problem wielu rozwijających się krajów , „Roczniki Naukowe WSB w Toruniu”, Nr 5 (5), 2006. Głuchowski J., Międzynarodowe stosunki finansowe , PWE, Warszawa 1997. IMF, Debt. Use It Wisely , “Fiscal Monitor”, October 2016. IMF, From Banking to Sovereign Stress: Implications for Public Debt , “IMF Policy Paper”, 2015. IMF, Revisiting Japan's Lost Decade , “Regional Economic Outlook: Asia and Pacific-Global Crisis: The Asian Context”, 2009. Jordà O., Schularick M., Taylor A

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Space and Administrative Boundaries at the Birth of the Italian Kingdom

Kingdom into five regions for public debt , into six for legal consultations on disputes , into fourteen for land registries , into eighteen for the Treasury Offices , into twenty - seven for the Offices of Indirect Taxation , and into fifty for the administration of state - owned land. In addition , there are various sub - departments of these regional divisions that are also diverse and overlap in various ways . In their view, the picture that emerged from the territorial and administrative analysis of the divisions was a result of the »lack of agreement on

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