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L’efficacité des règles budgétaires dans les provinces canadiennes

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  • Etienne Farvaque

    (LEM - Lille économie management - UMR 9221 - UA - Université d'Artois - UCL - Université catholique de Lille - Université de Lille - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)

  • Martial Foucault

    (CEVIPOF - Centre de recherches politiques de Sciences Po - Sciences Po - Sciences Po - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)

  • Marcelin Joanis

Abstract

Cet article s'inscrit dans le débat sur les règles budgétaires, qui occupe une place centrale dans les questions de politiques publiques étant donné les déficits hérités de la grande récession. La diversité des règles dans le cas canadien offre une expérience quasi naturelle de leur effet. Nous définissons une nomenclature des règles d'équilibre budgétaire en vigueur dans les dix provinces canadiennes, puis examinons les performances des diverses règles existantes, via une analyse économétrique sur la période post 1980. Le problème de l'endogénéité de l'adoption des règles étant intégré, les résultats confirment que l'existence de règles contraignantes contribue à réduire le niveau de dette nette.

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  • Etienne Farvaque & Martial Foucault & Marcelin Joanis, 2017. "L’efficacité des règles budgétaires dans les provinces canadiennes," Post-Print hal-02506043, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-02506043
    DOI: 10.3917/rfe.174.0131
    Note: View the original document on HAL open archive server: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02506043
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