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Federalismo fiscal a partir de un modelo de equilibrio general aplicado: Andalucía vs. España

  • Manuel Alejandro Cardenete Flores

RESUMEN El objetivo de este trabajo es realizar una primera aproximación a un escenario de mayor federalismo fiscal, a través de un modelo de equilibrio general computable bi-regional, que sigue la doctrina tradicional de equilibrio walrasiano, ampliado con la inclusión del sector público y del sector exterior, y basado en las matrices de contabilidad social de Andalucía y España, elaboradas para el año 1995, estudiando los efectos de cambios tanto en los impuestos –concretamente en el impuesto sobre la renta- , como en el gasto público – y su distribución sectorial-, así como sobre ambas economías a nivel de PIB, sectores productivos, precios, recaudaciones impositivas y bienestar social. ABSTRACT The objective of this work is to do an approach to a federalism fiscal system using a bi-regional computable general equilibrium model that follows the walrasian tradition, extended with the inclusion of the public sector and the foreign external, and based on the social accounting matrices of Andalusia and Spain, elaborated for 1995, to analysis the effects of changes in direct taxes and their sectorial distribution, under the perspective of the Fiscal Federalism, about level of GDP, productive sectors, prices, tax collections and social welfare.

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Volume (Year): 04 (2009)
Issue (Month): ()
Pages: 359-366

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