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Politiche di sostegno della domanda in presenza di elevato debito pubblico

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  • Paolo Bosi
  • Carlo D’Adda


    (Universitˆ degli Studi di Bologna)

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    This article presents an economic policy proposal, aiming at stimulating the growth of the Italian economy over a period of unsatisfactory performance and limited possibility to expand the government expenditure due to the high level of public debt. The basic idea is a Keynesian one: using fiscal incentives to increase the consumption/income ratio of the private sector. In this way private action may become a substitute for (impossible) government action. A simulation of the envisaged incentive policy by means of an econometric model of the Italian economy (Prometeia model) helps estimate the likely effects of the proposal.

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    Article provided by Economia civile in its journal Moneta e Credito.

    Volume (Year): 64 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 253 ()
    Pages: 45-52

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    Handle: RePEc:psl:moneta:2011:5
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