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Fiscal sustainability

Banca d"Italia. Servizio studi.

Fiscal sustainability

essays presented at the Bank of Italy workshop held in Perugia, 20-22 January 2000

by Banca d"Italia. Servizio studi.

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Published by [Banca d"Italia] in [Rome] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Earlier versions of the essays in this volume were presented at the Banca d"Italia workshop on fiscal sustainability held in Perugia, SADIBA, on 20-22 January 2000.

StatementBanca D"Italia, Research Department Public Finance Workshop.
The Physical Object
Pagination748p. ;
Number of Pages748
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19337487M

The book also examines how the federal budget process could be revised to be more far sighted and to hold leaders accountable for responsible stewardship of the nation's fiscal future. Choosing the Nation's Fiscal Future will provide readers with a practical framework to assess budget proposals for their consistency with long-term fiscal stability. 2. Fiscal sustainability hypothesis. An approach to fiscal sustainability can be presented as follows, called the Government Budget Identity (GBI): 11 (1) G t + (1 + r t) D e b t t − 1 = R t + D e b t t, where G t is the level of government primary expenditure, r t is the interest rate, R t is the level of government revenue, and D e b t t is Cited by: 9.

is a platform for academics to share research papers. The use of the deficit to assess fiscal sustainability is not simply a matter of habit. It was enshrined in the Fiscal Responsibility Act of the European Monetary Union ’s (EMU) Maastrict Treaty. This act limits entry to the union to countries whose deficits are less than 3 percent of GDP and imposes hypothetical penalties on EMU member.

Although the term fiscal sustainability can be defined in various ways, it almost always refers to the fiscal policies of a government. Therefore, a sustainable fiscal policy is generally defined as 1 Notable examples over the past decade have been the . Thiscollection is the first book-length analysis of the theoretical foundations of public debtsustainability concepts and their application to the empirical study of actual budgetary ions for public debt sustainability are derived and applied to various institutionalenvironments. The Welfare State and Strategies toward Fiscal.


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