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Non-équivalence ricardienne, chocs fiscaux et fluctuations dans une petite économie ouverte

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  • Vladimir BORGY

    (CADRE, Université de Lille)

  • Jean-Olivier HAIRAULT

    (EUREQua, Université de Paris 1)

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L'objectif de ce papier est d'évaluer la capacité de différents types de chocs fiscaux à améliorer l'explication des fluctuations de l'économie française considérée comme une petite économie ouverte. Ainsi, nous développons un modèle d'équilibre général intertemporel stochastique perturbé par des chocs technologiques et par des chocs fiscaux portant sur la structure de financement de dépenses publiques données, dans lequel Phypothèse d'équivalence ricardienne n'est pas vérifiée (l'horizon des agents étant plus court, en espérance, que celui du gouvernement). Il s'avère que les différentes modalités de financement retenues (taxes distorsives et forfaitaires courantes et endettement public) n'ont pas les mêmes implications dynamiques. En particulier, dans ce mode le, le choix entre dette publique et taxe forfaitaire courante n'est pas neutre, du fait de la non-équivalence ricardienne. D'un point de vue quantitatif, la prise en compte simultanée de chocs technologiques et de chocs fiscaux distorsifs sur la production se révèle déterminante pour améliorer la reproduction des faits stylisés relatifs au marché du travail.

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Paper provided by Université catholique de Louvain, Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales (IRES) in its series Discussion Papers (REL - Recherches Economiques de Louvain) with number 2001033.

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Date of creation: 01 Sep 2001
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Keywords: Non-équivalence ricardienne; modèle d’équilibre général intertemporel stochastique; politique fiscale;

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  1. Benjamin Carton, 2012. "Monetary-Policy Tradeoff in Overlapping Generations DSGE Models," DEM Working Papers Series 028, University of Pavia, Department of Economics and Management.

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