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On Fiscal Policy Effects and Mechanisms in Serbia

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  • Tamara Basic

    (National Bank of Serbia)

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Theory provides more then one explanation of both the manner and mechanisms of fiscal policy impact on inflation. Opting for a particular explanation is further complicated by the specific features of fiscal policy currently implemented in Serbia. This paper aims to recognize the effects and transmission mechanisms of fiscal policy currently in place in Serbia, which would help introduce the fiscal policy variable into the DSGE model used for monetary policy purposes.

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  • Tamara Basic, 2007. "On Fiscal Policy Effects and Mechanisms in Serbia," Working papers 7, National Bank of Serbia.
  • Handle: RePEc:nsb:wpaper:7
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    fiscal policy; mechanisams; effects; Serbia;

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