Inflation Thresholds and the Finance-Growth Nexus

  title={Inflation Thresholds and the Finance-Growth Nexus},
  author={P. Rousseau and P. Wachtel},
  journal={Economic Growth},
  • P. Rousseau, P. Wachtel
  • Published 2002
  • Materials Science
  • Economic Growth
  • The present invention relates to films or sheets of linear polyester containing glass spheres having a certain particle size distribution and in a certain amount based upon the weight of the polyester film. The addition of the glass spheres improves several properties of the film, including the dynamic coefficient of friction. Preferably, a second film additive, fumed silica, of a controlled particle size distribution and weight is additionally added to the film. The addition of the fumed… CONTINUE READING
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