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Public investment, growth and fiscal constraints

M. Florio

Public investment, growth and fiscal constraints

challenges for the EU new member states

by M. Florio

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Published by Edward Elgar in Cheltenham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Appropriations and expenditures

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditor, M. Florio
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC241.25.E38 P82 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 302 p. ;
    Number of Pages302
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24884785M
    ISBN 101849804575
    ISBN 109781849804578
    LC Control Number2010929043
    OCLC/WorldCa659245251


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Public investment, growth and fiscal constraints by M. Florio Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a valuable work that makes a strong case for public investment as a growth instrument. It is rich in theoretical and empirical analyses, making it relevant for practitioners as well as policy makers.

Anil Duman, Eastern Economic Journal This book makes a unique contribution in advancing understanding of the fiscal condition and growth potential of the New Member States of the. This book explores how public investment matters for growth, how fiscal conditions may support investment, and the role EU regional policy can have in terms of structural change and investment Investment, Growth and Fiscal Constraints provides new data analyses on the EU New Member States in Central and Eastern Europe making it an essential tool for academics, students and practitioners interested in public finance.

Public investment, growth and fiscal constraints: Challenges for the EU New Member States edited by Massimo Florio Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK,pp. reviewed by Stilianos Fountas Book Review Department of Economics, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece This book consists of an introduction by the editor Massimo Florio and nine papers.

Public Investment, Growth and Fiscal Constraints: Challenges for the EU New Member States. Edited growth and fiscal constraints book Massimo Florio. Cheltenham, UK and Boston, MA: Edward Elgar, pp.ISBN: The recent financial crisis has stirred up the discussion about convergence between EU new member states (NMS) and old member states, and how to achieve Cited by: 1.

Public Investment, Growth and Fiscal Constraints Challenges for the EU New Member States Edited by Growth and fiscal constraints book Florio Professor of Public Economics and Jean Monnet Chair of Economics of European Integration and Head, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, Aziendali e Statistiche, Universita di Milano, Italy Edward Elgar Cheltenham, UK Northampton, MA, USA.

  ABSTRACT. This book, co-authored by the Nobel-prized economist, Kenneth Arrow, considers public expenditures in the context of modern growth theory.

It analyzes optimal growth with public capital. A theory of 'controllability' is developed and injected into public economics and growth models. Originally published in Cited by:   Public Investment under Fiscal Constraints Emanuele Bacchiocchi.

of the Growth and fiscal constraints book Union must comply with the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) and the investment goals implied by the Lisbon Agenda. However, the SGP rules may result in underinvestment or distortions in the allocation of public expenditure.

This paper provides new evidence Cited by: Downloadable. EU New Member States must comply with the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) and the investment requirements implied by the Lisbon Agenda. However, the SGP rules may result in underinvestment or distortions in the allocation of public expenditure.

This paper provides new evidence on the effects of debt sustainability and SGP fiscal constraints on government expenditure in fixed. This paper assesses the implications of the use of oil revenue for public investment on growth and fiscal sustainability in Cameroon.

We develop a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model to analyze the effects of such investment on growth and on the path of key fiscal indicators, such as the non-oil primary deficit and public debt. This book examines the link between finance and competitiveness at the macro and sectoral levels in seven different countries: Argentina, Brazil, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, South Africa, and Tunisia, and investigates key international issues, such as the evidence of the impact of exchange rate variability on trade, patterns in bank.

B3 Public Investment Management B Constraints in Japan. This section discusses public investment management reforms in Japan.

There are several constraints to efficient and effective public investment management. First, it must be stressed that the social infrastructure growth and fiscal constraints book intensively constructed during the high-growth period in Japan.

public investment in major regions, and of available evidence on the relationship between public investment and economic growth, Section III discusses the analytical framework to be used in assessing the scope to increase public investment, and to protect it when fiscal adjustment is needed.

Request PDF | Public Investment under Fiscal Constraints | EU New Member States must comply with the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) and the investment requirements implied by the Lisbon ted Reading Time: 11 mins.

by budgetary constraints and the need for explore both the potential and the limitations of public investment as a countercyclical fiscal policy tool in the current crisis.

The paper will conclude by laying out several issues for discussion. What is the role of public investment. productivity growth. Much public investment is of a.

Public Investment, Growth and Fiscal Constraints This book makes a unique contribution in advancing understanding of the fiscal condition and growth potential of the New Member States of the European Union.

It provides new data, policy evaluation, and offers national and regional perspectives. Public Investment, Growth and Fiscal Cited by: 2.

of capital projects, public-private partnerships, and contingent liabilities, and transition rules. The final section of the paper provides a critical assessment of various proposals for reform when fiscal rules are applied. Fiscal rules and public investment To begin, we provide some basic analysis to develop a framework for understanding the.

Working Paper DOI w Issue Date January This paper evaluates optimal public investment and fiscal policy for countries characterized by limited tax and debt capacities. We study a non stochastic CRS endogenous growth model where public expenditure is an input in the production process, in countries where distortions and limited enforceability result in limited fiscal capacities, as captured by a maximal effective tax.

Introduction: Public Investment, Growth and Fiscal Constraints in the EU; Chapter 1: Budget Deficits, Public Debt and the Level of Public Investment; Chapter 2: Recent Advances in Public Investment, Fiscal Policy and Growth; Chapter 3: Public Investment under Disequilibrium: A Post Keynesian ViewpointAuthor: Aleksandra Parteka.

Net investment, cash, and cash flow are deflated by total book assets. Prior growth is measured as growth in sales for the past two years. Regressions are estimated using the 3SLS methodology, and include industry fixed effects and calendar-year dummies.

Industry is defined at the two-digit SIC level. can also ease supply constraints on growth. As a result, fiscal contractions. This book brings together some. allocated for higher public investment-can help further boost growth. This timely book provides the conceptual and empirical framework for approaching public investment at national and European level.

It is a valuable contribution to a policy debate which will shape the growth model of Europe in the years to come. Marco Buti, Head of. Downloadable. This paper evaluates optimal public investment and fiscal policy for countries characterized by limited tax and debt capacities.

We study a non stochastic CRS endogenous growth model where public expenditure is an input in the production process, in countries where distortions and limited enforceability result in limited fiscal capacities, as captured by a maximal effective tax rate.

This paper constructs a small open economy model, in the tradition of the dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) literature, to assess the macroeconomic and fiscal effects of public investment surges in resource-rich developing countries, including the effects on growth and debt sustainability.

In theory, by financing public investments in infrastructure and human capital, natural. Public investment under fiscal constraints. Alessandro Missale (), Emanuele Bacchiocchi and Elisa Borghi ().

No unimi, UNIMI - Research Papers in Economics, Business, and Statistics from Universitá degli Studi di Milano Abstract: EU New Member States must comply with the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) and the investment requirements implied by the Lisbon : Alessandro Missale, Emanuele Bacchiocchi, Elisa Borghi.

Yet public investment, if well managed, represents a potentially important growth-enhancing form of public expenditure. Confronted with the challenge of supporting growth in such a tight fiscal environment, then, national and sub-national governments face the imperative of doing better with less when it comes to investment.

The Union government has been trying to push public investment but fiscal constraints have been imposed on it by slower growth. The slow progress of privatisation of public sector enterprises has.

InMontenegro was one of the world's fastest growing non-oil economies. The country reaped the benefits from its comprehensive, pre-independence reform program. After the in. 1. Introduction. Since the publication of the journal article by Barro (), growth effects of public spending have been one of the popular topics in economic research.

1 Existing endogenous growth models specify public spending either as being productive or as consumptive. While productive public spending is formulated to externally enhance production, consumptive public spending is.

With low interest rates and high unemployment, boosting public investment-starting with maintenance and ramping up projects-can create jobs and spur economic growth. Emerging market and low-income economies facing tight financing constraints will need to deliver more with less, by reprioritizing spending and enhancing its efficiency.

Due to the linkage between economic growth and the fiscal decentralization, the expansion in the local government debt is closely related to the fiscal decentralization and the soft budget constraint (SBC) - the expectation that the local governments would be bailed out by the central government if.

JEL classification codes: H30, E62 Key words: debt consolidation, fiscal adjustments, output growth, credit constraints, bank deleveraging 72 JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECONOMICS I.

Introduction The recent increase in the ratio of public debt to GDP in advanced economies has been accompanied by the assumption of banking sector liabilities by the public.

Establishing the presence of a causal link from public debt to economic growth and investment has proved challenging. This column uses data for nearlyfirms in 69 countries to show that government debt affects corporate investment by tightening the credit constraints faced by private firms.

Higher levels of public debt increase the correlation between investment and. through which a fiscal debt burden may affect long-run growth.

Deterioration of the fiscal balance in the presence of high public debt stocks is detrimental for growth, even though a deficit helps to finance public capital (Adam and Bevan,Saint-Paul, and Aizenman, Kletzer, and Pinto, ). Readers of the European Commissions page Vade Mecum on the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP), the European Unions fiscal rule book.

Real resource constraints and fiscal policy design. Thursday, J ; You can see the strong growth in public investment over that time (biased to recent years), which has been an important driver of growth in the Australian economy.

(mainstream) text books. Although it provides little space for fiscal stimulus, the Budget Reviews reaffirmation of the governments commitment to debt stabilization objectives is expected to generate more private investment. But South Africa remains constrained by its low growth potential.

Slow private investment growth and weak. Since the fiscal constraint is defined in terms of the public sector borrowing requirement, the increasing rate of capacity utilisation raises public savings, relaxing the fiscal constraint on public investment: and as a consequences the rate of potential output growth is increased.

CONCLUSIONS. During 08, he was Director, Delhi School of Economics. He specializes in public economics and welfare economics. His recent book is entitled Markets and Governments (edited with Kaushik Basu and Ranjan Ray).

Bishwanath Goldar is Professor of Economics at the Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi. He did M. in Economics in and Ph.

Fiscal policy is the use of government spending and tax policy to influence the path of the economy over time. Graphically, we see that fiscal policy, whether through changes in spending or taxes, shifts the aggregate demand outward in the case of expansionary fiscal policy and inward in the case of contractionary fiscal know from the chapter on economic growth that over time the.

In the face of growing infrastructure needs and fiscal constraints, such transformational change will require large-scale private sector engagement. However, there is little policy experience on how to integrate climate and other environmental policy goals into investment policy frameworks and infrastructure planning.

Private Capital. Fifteen months down the road to economic recovery, the economy is still limping back to the normal circa GDP in the first quarter of the current fiscal year (April to June fiscal year ) at INR trillion (constant terms) remains 9 percent below the INR trillion in the same quarter in Responsible co-investment fosters inclusive growth and job creation in a way that doesn’t require huge outlays and generates returns at a time of significant fiscal constraints.

And, perhaps. The book is divided into 14 chapters, each examining a different area of economic policy: Monetary policy, fiscal policy, tax policy, international finance and crises in emerging markets, trade.