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La reforma de la política de estabilidad presupuestaria en España: análisis de la Ley Orgánica de Estabilidad Presupuestaria y Sostenibilidad Financiera

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  • José M. Domínguez Martínez
  • José Mª López Jiménez

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En este trabajo se lleva a cabo un análisis del marco de la política de estabilidad presupuestaria establecido en España a raíz de la Ley Orgánica 2/2012, de Estabilidad Presupuestaria y Sostenibilidad Financiera. Con carácter previo al examen de los nuevos esquemas, se ofrece una perspectiva general de las disposiciones que jalonan la aplicación de la política de estabilidad presupuestaria en el ámbito de la Unión Europea, así como de los antecedentes de la normativa española en dicha materia. Como consecuencia de la reforma constitucional del año 2011, España incorporó a su ordenamiento jurídico las normas previstas en el Tratado de Estabilidad, Coordinación y Gobernanza de la Unión Económica y Monetaria no ya antes de su entrada en vigor, sino de su propia creación. Por otro lado, ya la Ley General de Estabilidad Presupuestaria de 2001 se había decantado por el criterio de excluir el déficit como forma de financiación del gasto público, yendo más allá de la tradicional "regla de oro" de las finanzas públicas.

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  • José M. Domínguez Martínez & José Mª López Jiménez, 2012. "La reforma de la política de estabilidad presupuestaria en España: análisis de la Ley Orgánica de Estabilidad Presupuestaria y Sostenibilidad Financiera," Working Papers 09/12, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social.
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