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Transmission internationale des politiques budgétaires et imparfaite mobilité du capital

  • Delphine BERAUD

    (EUREQua, Université de Paris 1 et Cadre, Université de Lille 2)

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    Dans un modèle à deux pays et à horizon infini, dans lequel la mobilité du capital est imparfaite, on présente une analyse dynamique de la transmission internationale des chocs qui affectent les dépenses publiques. Trois types de financements d'une augmentation des dépenses publiques sont comparés : l'imposition des salaires, l'imposition des revenus du capital à la source et l'imposition des revenus du capital selon le principe de taxation à la résidence. L'imposition des salaires ou des revenus du capital à la source crée une réduction du produit dans le pays qui mène cette politique et une augmentation du produit à court terme à l'étranger. L'imposition des revenus du capital de tous les résidents conduit, en introduisant un canal supplémentaire de transmission internationale, à une baisse de la production mondiale. Malgré cette baisse, le bien-être progresse dans le pays qui augmente ses dépenses publiques.

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    Date of creation: 01 Sep 2002
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