Fiscal Policy, Civil Society Rights and Culture: Is there Any Connection?
The fiscal policy architecture is linked both with the political agenda of the public authorities as well as with the social preferences. The connections between these two determinants are evolving in a complicated web of reciprocal interactions. The purpose of this paper is to propose a simple model designed to capture some aspects of the ‘politics versus society’ game. More exactly, as to how sensitive is the fiscal policy (described in a synthetic manner by the level of deficit/surplus of the government finance or by the tax burden) to the autonomy of the civil society?
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Volume (Year): 9 (2006)
Issue (Month): Special Conference Issue (December)
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