Public Spending and Poverty Reduction in an Oil-Based Economy: The Case of Yemen

  • Mohamed Abdelbasset Chemingui
  • Published 2007


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@inproceedings{Chemingui2007PublicSA, title={Public Spending and Poverty Reduction in an Oil-Based Economy: The Case of Yemen}, author={Mohamed Abdelbasset Chemingui}, year={2007} }