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Compromisso fiscal, expectativas empresariais e produção industrial: o caso brasileiro

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  • Montes, Gabriel Caldas
  • Almeida, André Filipe Guedes

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Este trabalho analisa os efeitos do comprometimento fiscal sobre a confiança dos empresários e como esta impacta as decisões de produção. O estudo contribui com a literatura, pois é o primeiro a abordar a influência da reputação fiscal e do alcance das metas de superávit primário sobre a confiança dos empresários. Os achados apontam que uma forte reputação fiscal e o cumprimento das metas de superávit primário sinalizam aos empresários um maior comprometimento do governo com as contas públicas, o que promove um aumento do otimismo desses empresários em relação aos seus negócios e à economia, estimulando a produção industrial.

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  • Montes, Gabriel Caldas & Almeida, André Filipe Guedes, 2016. "Compromisso fiscal, expectativas empresariais e produção industrial: o caso brasileiro," Revista Brasileira de Economia - RBE, EPGE Brazilian School of Economics and Finance - FGV EPGE (Brazil), vol. 70(2), July.
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