Perspektivy plnění fiskálních konvergenčních kritérií nových členských zemí Evropské unie na příkladu zemí Visegrádské čtyřky
[The perspectives of fiscal konvergence criterions performing in EU new member states on example of Visegrad Group]
The convergence criterions nessesary for the entrance of EU-member to European Monetary Union are divided to monetary and fiscal area. To fiscal criterions (after Pact of Stability and Growth) belong the low long-run deficit of public budget in the maximum 3 % of GDP and maximal public debt 60 % of GDP. The article are dealing with comparision, filling or perspectives of fiscal criterions´ filling in all of four new EU-members associated in Visegrád Group. It describes initial and present conditions and tries through reform steps´ description outlines the named countries´ possibilities for euro estabilishment as the national currencies.
|Date of creation:||2004|
|Publication status:||Published in Sborník příspěvků Liberecké ekonomické fórum (2005): pp. 355-360|
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