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Avaliação dos impactos macro-econômicos e de bem-estar da reforma tributária no Brasil

  • Pereira, Ricardo A. de Castro
  • Ferreira, Pedro Cavalcanti

Este artigo avalia o impacto sobre a economia brasileira de uma reforma trib- utária que reduza distorções e cumulatividade, utilizando para tal experimento a atual proposta do Ministério da Fazenda. Utiliza-se um modelo recursivo dinâmico padrão calibrado de forma a se aproximar o máximo possível da economia brasileira hoje. A simulações são implementadas ao se introduzir parâmetros correspon- dentes à reforma tributária: desoneração da folha de pagamentos, redução da cumulatividade com introdução do IVA-F e a desoneração dos investimentos com a redução do prazo de restituição de créditos de ICMS. Estima-se que a reforma tributária proposta provocaria um aumento de 1,5 pontos percentuais na taxa de crescimento do produto nos oito anos seguintes a sua implementação e um ganho de longo prazo de 16%. O impacto sobre o nível de investimento seria muito ex- pressivo, 40% no mesmo período, de modo que a taxa de investimento saltaria dos atuais 20% para quase 24%. Os ganhos de consumo e bem-estar também foram estimados como bastante signi cativos.

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