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Simulation der Schuldenbremse und der Schuldenschranke für die deutschen Bundesländer

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  • Plachta, Robert C.
  • Groneck, Max
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    Die Arbeit untersucht die bestehenden Budgetregeln in Deutschland und stellt zwei aktuelle Reformvorschläge vor, die Schweizer Schuldenbremse und die Schuldenschranke des Sachverständigenrats. Investitionen nach dem Haushaltsrecht werden mit dem Nettoinvestitionsbegriff verglichen und auf ihre Eignung geprüft, die Obergrenze für die Aufnahme von Krediten nach der Goldenen Regel zu bilden. Eine ex-post Simulation der Reformvorschläge für die deutschen Bundesländer offenbart die Konsolidierungshöhe, die damit einhergehenden Leistungseinschränkungen und die Entwicklung der Verschuldung. Dabei wird die bislang in der Literatur verwendete Methodik mit einer neuen polit-ökonomischen Simulation verglichen, die zu realitätsnäheren Ergebnissen führt.

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    Paper provided by University of Cologne, FiFo Institute for Public Economics in its series FiFo Discussion Papers - Finanzwissenschaftliche Diskussionsbeiträge with number 07-7.

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    Date of creation: 2007
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:uoccpe:5906
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