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Az új magyar adósságszabály értékelése
[Assessment of the new regulations on debt]

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  • Balatoni, András

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  • Tóth G., Csaba

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A tanulmányban a Magyarország gazdasági stabilitásáról szóló 2011. évi CXCIV. törvényben szereplő, 2015-ben hatályba lépő adósságszabályt vizsgáljuk. Az elemzés a Kopits-Symansky [2001] által definiált nyolcas kritériumrendszerből három értékelési szempont alapján veszi górcső alá a szabályozást. A megfogalmazás pontosságával kapcsolatos követelménynek a törvény nem felel meg teljes mértékben, mert a normaszöveg értelmezése során kérdéses, hogy 50 százalékos adósságráta alatt is érvényben marad-e a szabály. A megfelelőség szempontjából jól működik a szabály, mivel képes biztosítani, hogy az adósságráta az alaptörvényben megfogalmazott célnak megfelelően 50 százalék alá csökkenjen. Elemzésünkben rávilágítunk arra, hogy a törvényben megfogalmazott nominális adósságképletben az infláció rossz előjellel szerepel, így a makrogazdasági sokkok hatását egyes esetekben érdemben felerősíti az alkalmazása. Ennek megfelelően a szabály rosszul teljesít a gazdaság helyzetéhez való alkalmazkodás, azaz a rugalmasság dimenziójában. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) kód: E62, E63, H62, H63.

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Volume (Year): LIX (2012)
Issue (Month): 10 ()
Pages: 1107-1137

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  1. Gergely Baksay & Gábor P. Kiss, 2013. "Second Act – second thoughts: the Hungarian debt rule," MNB Bulletin, Magyar Nemzeti Bank (the central bank of Hungary), Magyar Nemzeti Bank (the central bank of Hungary), vol. 8(3), pages 7-13, October.

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