Highlighting the Response of Real Economy to the Changes of Fiscal Policy Variables. The Romanian Case
In this paper fiscal policy is defined through the totality of government decisions in which it builds and shapes the state's fiscal system, in line with the financial - monetary objectives and expectations, drawing on the resources needed to cover public expenditure. Also addressing the tax policy, will take into account the decisions manifested in the socio-economic plan, on the correction and guidance of market mechanism and influence the redistribution of gross domestic product, in a desired direction of the economic behavior of various categories of taxpayers but with certain limits. In this article, for highlight the response of real economy to the changes of fiscal policy variables, is used the classification of tax revenues according to the nature of their distortion, in the 1993-2013 period.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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