»Fiscal Policy«

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Modeling China‘s Economic Growth Path (Dissertation)

Modeling China‘s Economic Growth Path

A Dynamic Analysis of Pension and Tax Reforms

Studienreihe Volkswirtschaften der Welt

Hamburg 2017, ISBN 978-3-8300-9689-4

The fast economic growth of China in the last three decades has impressed economists around the globe. How did China succeed to keep a high growth rate in such a long period? Which costs and risks could the rapid development of China imply? How could the historical success be maintained in the foreseeable future? A large number of [...]

Allgemeines Gleichgewichtsmodell, Altruism, Altruismus, China, Computable General Equilibrium, Entrepreneurship, Finanzwissenschaft, Fiscal Policy, Fiskalpolitik, Modell überlappender Generationen, Overlapping Generations, Public Finance, Saving Rate, Sparquote, Unternehmertum

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A Proposal for an Effective Design for the Domestic Fiscal Frameworks of the EMU Member States Under the Fiscal Compact (Dissertation)

A Proposal for an Effective Design for the Domestic Fiscal Frameworks of the EMU Member States Under the Fiscal Compact

EURO-Wirtschaft – Studien zur ökonomischen Entwicklung Europas

Hamburg 2016, ISBN 978-3-8300-8781-6

This book deals with current issues on fiscal policy frameworks at the national level and provides new insights to them. The main purposes is to examine the role of domestic numerical fiscal rules with special reference to the role of the design characteristics of the rules, the social and economic factors and to associate their role with [...]

Debt, Domestic Fiscal Frameworks, Effective Design, EMU, Finanzwissenschaft, Fiscal Deficit, Fiscal Policy, Fiscal Rules, Primary Balance, Volkswirtschaftslehre

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Economic Analysis of a Great Recession (Forschungsarbeit)

Economic Analysis of a Great Recession

Schriftenreihe volkswirtschaftliche Forschungsergebnisse

Hamburg 2014, ISBN 978-3-8300-8196-8

Asset price bubbles refer to both real estate bubbles and stock market bubbles. The collapse of an asset price bubble means that asset prices go down while liabilities do not. As a result, millions of people have impaired balance sheets. Put another way, millions of people are in debt. In order to reduce their debt, they have to reduce [...]

Asset Price Bubbles, Balance Sheet Recession, Economic Growth, Financial Economics, Fiscal Policy, Government Debt, Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, Public Finance, Recession

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