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L’impact de la crise financière sur la dette de la Belgique et le poids très élevé des garanties publiques octroyées

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  • Eric Dor

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Depuis 2008, pour sauver différents établissements financiers, les gouvernements fédéral et régionaux de la Belgique on été contraints d’augmenter fortement leur niveau d’endettement, et d’octroyer des garanties dont l’activation impliquerait une augmentation encore bien supérieure de leur dette. Cet article présente un inventaire des différentes mesures de prises de participation et de prêts qui ont déjà augmenté la dette brute, et des octrois de garantie qui pourraient la porter à des sommets qui mettraient en danger la solvabilité de l’Etat. L’article met en exergue l’absence de crédibilité de la garantie des dépôts dans un environnement institutionnel monétaire qui interdit que la banque centrale fiance directement l’Etat.

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  • Eric Dor, 2012. "L’impact de la crise financière sur la dette de la Belgique et le poids très élevé des garanties publiques octroyées," Working Papers 2012-ECO-03, IESEG School of Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:ies:wpaper:e201203
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