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effects of budget rules on fiscal performance and macroeconomic stabilization

Jonathan Millar

effects of budget rules on fiscal performance and macroeconomic stabilization

by Jonathan Millar

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Published by Bank of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deficit financing -- Canada.,
  • Monetary policy -- Canada.,
  • Fiscal policy -- Canada.,
  • Budget -- Canada.,
  • Economic stabilization -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Distributed by the Government of Canada Depository Services Program.

    Statementby Jonathan Millar.
    SeriesBank of Canada working paper -- 97-15, Working paper (Bank of Canada) -- 97-15.
    ContributionsBank of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination49 p. ;
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17201854M
    ISBN 100662259424

    92 Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Fall have excluded behavioral responses that would have macroeconomic effects, in the sense of altering overall output, employment, or similar variables.   The macroeconomic effects of an increase in federal investment would depend on how that spending was financed. Although spending can be financed in a number of ways, this report examines just two—reducing other spending and increasing federal borrowing.

    This volume identifies the relationship between public-sector deficits and macroeconomic performance in developing countries. It aims to provide tools and quantitative results that will be valuable to both applied researchers and policy-makers. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Published for the World Bank." Description: xiii, pages: Contents: Overview / William Easterly, Carlos Alfredo Rodriguez and Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel Fiscal Adjustment and Macroeconomic Performance: A Synthesis / William Easterly and Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel The External Effects of Public Sector Deficits / Carlos Alfredo.

    Budget Rules Can Have an Impact on Fiscal Policies and the Economy Perhaps the most relevant question regarding fiscal rules is whether they are likely to have any impact. At first blush, this would seem to be a silly question, as rules are designed to restrict fiscal policy choices. But there are a number of potential reasons why fiscal rules. The Macroeconomic Effects of Deficit Spending: A Review OLLOWING the Keyrnesiari Revolution in mac-r-oecomnomics,a iarge number-ofeconomists argued that deficit spending was required to achieve two of the stated national econonnic objectives: frill ennployment and a high r-ate of econonnic gr’owtln.’File Size: 1MB.


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Effects of budget rules on fiscal performance and macroeconomic stabilization by Jonathan Millar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Recent empirical evidence on the effectiveness of budget rules and their consequences for fiscal stabilization is examined in detail. In light of this evidence, the paper assesses the possible implications of budget-rule legislation in Canada on fiscal performance.

Get this from a library. The effects of budget rules on fiscal performance and macroeconomic stabilization. [Jonathan Millar; Bank of Canada.]. Downloadable. This paper analyzes the effect of the fiscal structure upon the trade-off between inflation and output stabilization in the presence of technological shocks in a DGE model with nominal and real rigidities.

The model reproduces the main features of European economies and it integrates a rich menu of fiscal variables as well as a target on the debt to output by: Table 1: Fiscal rules with regard to fiscal discipline and room for macroeconomic stabilization.

Source: Authors’ compilation. Macroeconomic stabilization generally needs counter-cyclical fiscal policy but the necessary achievement of mid-term budgetary objectives. → More than five years working at the World Bank with macroeconomic policies, especially fiscal policy, fiscal risks, debt management, debt sustainability analysis and subnational government.

In light of this evidence, the paper assesses the possible implications of budget-rule legislation in Canada on fiscal performance, macroeconomic stabilization, and monetary policy.

However, Buchanan and Wagner’s book is almost entirely theoretical, and at nearly four decades old it cannot address today’s fiscal policy circumstances.

In this paper, we provide an empirical history of US fiscal policy that documents how the long-term evolution of federal budget rules renders today’s fiscal policy challenges predictable.

Fiscal effects of macroeconomic conditions 23 The impact of the macroeconomy on the fiscal sector • Government budget reflects changes in the macroeconomic environment; • Need to be aware of the current and changing macroeconomic environment and how it might affect fiscal outcome; • May need to change fiscal stance, if so whatFile Size: 1MB.

Macroeconomic Effects• Limitations – Time Lags • Fiscal policy suffers a lot from time lags as changes to tax rates and infrastructure takes time – Crowding Out • If a government spends massively in an economy it can cause investment from business to fall.

Binding fiscal policy rules are likely to influence the level and composition of government expenditure and taxation. In addition, fiscal rules have major macroeconomic consequences for inflation, external indebtedness, and economic growth.

Of particular concern is the effect of balanced-budget rules on the short-run variability in output and. At the same time, Congress passed a $ trillion spending and stimulus package to blunt the economic blow of the public health crisis, greatly increasing the fiscal budget gap.

These effects on. Fiscal Issues in Macroeconomic Stabilization Lance Taylor Fiscal austerity's threat to normal policy goals looms even larger because many of its effects are unexpected and poorly urnderstood. Tbe Policy. Planning, nd RcesmchCamnplx disuibutes PPRWo*kingPapes todissainatethefindingsof wocsk in.

The Macroeconomic Effects of Tax Changes: Estimates Based on a New Measure of Fiscal Shocks By Christina D. Romer and David H. Romer* This paper investigates the impact of tax changes on economic activity. We use the narrative record, such as presidential speeches and CongressionalFile Size: 1MB.

There is a large body of academic literature on the macroeconomic effects of fiscal policy constraints that has focused on this bias.5 The papers in this line of research have studied the behavior of deficits and debt under different institutional settings that can be characterized by differences in explicit constraints or budget by: Drawing on postwar policy experience and recent economic research, this book offers a state-of-the-art consideration of where fiscal policy stands today.

Contributors address both the appropriateness of fiscal policy as a tool for short-run macroeconomic stabilization and the longer-term impact of fiscal decisions and economic policy.

Fiscal policy can contribute to macroeconomic stability through three main channels. The first is the automatic reduction in government saving during downturns and increase during upturns, cushioning shocks to national expenditure (Blinder and Solow, ).

Such automatic stabilization occurs because tax revenues tend to be broadly proportional to. This book analyses such debates and impacts of fiscal deficit in India, empirically, through macro econometric exercise. Filling an existing gap, it revisits the debate on the macroeconomic effects of deficit by taking India as a case study based on a long-time series analysis from –81 to –Brand: SAGE Publications.

Perspectives among economists on the usefulness of fiscal policy as a device for macroeconomic management have moved back and forth over the years. Belief in the active use of the tools of fiscal policy may have reached a relative peak sometime during the s or early s, and practice followed theory.

In the United States, perhaps the bestFile Size: KB. Macroeconomic effects of future fiscal policies. Posted by on and changes in taxes and spending can exert influences on the economy other than the effects of reducing budget deficits.) Under the target path, federal outlays excluding interest (that is, primary spending) would rise from 18 percent of GDP in to 20 percent in and.

If a constitutional balanced budget amendment (BBA) had already been ratified and were now being enforced for fiscal year“the effect on the economy would be catastrophic,” according to a scathing analysis of a BBA by Macroeconomic Advisers, one of the nation’s preeminent private economic forecasting conclusion is one of several striking findings about a BBA that was.

The channels through which fiscal policy affects macroeconomic stability include supply-side effects of distortionary taxes, the procyclical behavior of public spending induced by fiscal rules and the conventional effect of automatic stabilizers operating through disposable (permanent) by:   Using a formal model of fiscal policy to guide empirical analysis of data covering the American states from towe conclude that (1) aggregate state budget totals are driven by different factors under Democrats and Republicans, the net result being that Democrats target spending (and taxes) to higher shares of state-level personal Cited by: Fiscal Policy Rules Defined.

For the purposes of this paper, a fiscal policy rule is defined, in a macroeconomic context, as a permanent constraint on fiscal policy, typically defined in terms of an indicator of overall fiscal performance.