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Steuererhöhungen zur Haushaltskonsolidierung: Ein Irrweg

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  • Schulemann, Olaf

Es ist eine in der Literatur viel diskutierte Frage, ob eine Haushaltskonsolidierung besser über die Senkung der Ausgaben oder über die Anhebung der Einnahmen gelingen kann. Von Interesse ist dabei nicht die kurzfristige Senkung des Defizits, sondern eine nachhaltige Konsolidierung. Nachhaltig ist eine Haushaltskonsolidierung nur dann, wenn sie sowohl von ihrem Umfang her eine substanzielle Reduzierung der (Neu-) Verschuldung erreicht, als auch von einer gewissen Dauer ist, also langfristig die Schuldenlast senkt. Verschiedene empirische Untersuchungen deuten dabei weitgehend darauf hin, dass eine nachhaltige Konsolidierung eher über die Ausgaben- als über die Einnahmenseite möglich ist.

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Paper provided by Karl-Bräuer-Institut des Bundes der Steuerzahler e.V. (KBI) in its series KBI-Schriften (2002-2012) with number 112.

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Date of creation: 2012
Handle: RePEc:zbw:kbisch:112
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