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Inflazione e gestione del debito pubblico: una prima valutazione per l'Italia



In Una situazione in cui la strategia di politica economica è temporalmente coerente, l'ammontare e la struttura per scadenze del debito pubblico segnalano le preferenze del policy maker e contribuiscono a determinare il tasso ottimale d'inflazione. II lavoro, tramite l'analisi di cointegrazione, verifica l'esistenza di tale legame. Nel periodo 1960-91 emerge Una relazione di lungo periodo tra il tasso d'inflazione e i rapporti debito a breve/PIL, debito a lungo/PIL e debito verso la Banca d'ltalia/PIL. Nel breve periodo il tasso d'inflazione appare influenzato anche dal saldo della bilancia commerciale.

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  • A. E. Scorcu, 1992. "Inflazione e gestione del debito pubblico: una prima valutazione per l'Italia," Working Papers 152, Dipartimento Scienze Economiche, Universita' di Bologna.
  • Handle: RePEc:bol:bodewp:152

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