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Delegación de facultades al Jefe de Gabinete de Ministros: Evolución e impacto en el contexto fiscal actual

  • Gerardo Uña
  • Gisell Cogliandro
  • Nicolás Bertello

El presente documento analiza los principales aspectos de la delegación de facultades al Jefe de Gabinete de Ministros (JGM) en relación al gasto público contenidas en el Proyecto de Ley de Presupuesto 2005 remitido por el Poder Ejecutivo al Congreso de la Nación y su impacto sobre el contexto fiscal actual. Pare ello, en la Sección I se estudia la evolución de las facultades delegadas al JGM en los últimos años, mientras que en la Sección II se presentan los argumentos utilizados en el debate. Por su parte, en la Sección III se explicita la interrelación con los Decretos de Necesidad y Urgencia para culminar con las principales conclusiones y los lineamientos de propuestas, contenidos en la Sección IV, donde se describe la tensión entre problemas coyunturales y estructurales que enfrenta el país, marco en el cual deben ser discutidas las facultades especiales otorgadas al Poder Ejecutivo sobre el Presupuesto.

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Length: 20 pages
Date of creation: 23 May 2005
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Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwppe:0505011
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  1. Alberto Alesina & Roberto Perotti, 1996. "Budget Deficits and Budget Institutions," NBER Working Papers 5556, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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