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Some microeconomics of fiscal deficit reductions
International Monetary Fund.
|Statement||prepared by Liam Ebrill.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/89/14|
|Contributions||Ebrill, Liam., International Monetary Fund. Western Hemisphere Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. --|
|Number of Pages||28|
In the Indian context, the following measures can be adopted to reduce fiscal deficit and thereby to reduce inflationary pressures in the economy. We first spell out the measures which may be adopted to reduce government expenditure and then descr. The fiscal mandate directs fiscal policy decisions over the medium term, ensuring that the Government sets plans steady with a reduction in the structural deficit. The fiscal mandate is based on: • A cyclically-adjusted aggregate, to allow some fiscal elasticity at times of economic uncertainty; • A rolling five-year forecast period, to.
Some analysts say the fixation with deficit and debt reduction is a legacy of crises past. As recently as the s Brazil experienced hyperinflation of 7,%, and a . Fiscal Policy and Interest Rates. Because an expansionary fiscal policy either increases government spending or reduces revenues, it increases the government budget deficit or reduces the surplus. A contractionary policy is likely to reduce a deficit or increase a surplus. In either case, fiscal policy thus affects the bond market.
In recent years, however, these limits have been exceeded. For example, in , Germany’s deficit was more than percent of its GDP. During the past few years, Germany has been in a recession and, as highlighted by Figure "Deficit/Surplus and GDP", its deficit grew considerably. Instead of imposing contractionary fiscal policies to. Others analyze price behavior and inflation, particularly the short-run behavior of prices. Still others examine the monetary transmission mechanism—the channel through which the central bank's actions affect spending on goods and services—with a special focus on the reduction in bank lending that must accompany a reduction in reserves.
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