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On the nature and measurement of fiscal illusion: a survey

@inproceedings{Oates1988OnTN,
  title={On the nature and measurement of fiscal illusion: a survey},
  author={W. E. Oates},
  year={1988}
}
  • W. E. Oates
  • Published 1988
  • Political Science
  • In tube extrusion presses, there are two steps in production. Firstly, a mandrel pierces a hole through the center of a billet, the tip of the mandrel ending up just within the opening of the extrusion die. Secondly, the now hollow cylindrical billet is extruded through the die and over and around the tip of the mandrel to produce a tube. To limit the movement of the mandrel, stroke-limiting rods are provided which pass through bores in a part attached to the mandrel and in a fixed part of the… CONTINUE READING
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