Case studies

January 2009
Effects of Fiscal Stimulus Packages on Employment;2009, p20
Working Paper
Case Study
The article presents several case studies related to the fiscal stimulus packages of different countries. It highlights the experience of Japan with their packages in the 1990s and the economic stimulus of China from 1998-2002. It says that developing nations have more of the kind of projects that eliminate constrictions to progress compared to developed countries.


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