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Martin F. Hellwig
Hellwig in 2005.
|Institution||Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods|
|Field||Political economics, Monetary economics|
|Alma mater|| Massachusetts Institute of Technology |
University of Heidelberg
|Information at IDEAS / RePEc|
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