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Appendix A: Data
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Sample Countries Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, United Kingdom, United States Sources and Definitions of Variables Dependent variable
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Economic Outlook Sources and Methods for more details) 1.We use the following three aggregate price indexes: (i) consumer price index, (ii) producer price index, and the (iii) import price index.
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