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DIADUX: Een model voor inactiviteit en overheidsschuld

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  • Jan Jacobs
  • Simon Kuipers
  • Gerard Kuper
  • Elmer Sterken,

Is het mogelijk om de overheidsschuld te verminderen, zoals benodigd voor deelname aan de EMU, en tegelijkertijd de verhouding tussen het aantal inactieven en actieven (de i/a-ratio) te verlagen? Het kabinet tracht dit te doen door tekortreductie en het stimuleren van marktwerking en dynamiek. Een maatregel die in dit beleid past is het vergroten van het verschil tussen loon en uitkering. Uit simulatie met een eenvoudig Keynesiaans model, aangevuld met enkele aanbod-elementen, blijkt dat ontkoppeling van uitkeringen en lonen de twee doelstellingen dichterbij brengt, maar wel ten koste gaat van de economische activiteit.

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Paper provided by Centre for Economic Research, University of Groningen and University of Twente in its series Working Papers with number 27.

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Date of creation: Apr 1996
Handle: RePEc:wop:ccsowp:0027
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