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Economic Bulletin 3 / 1996

How Important Are the Fiscal Policy Convergence Criteria

1996| Marcel Stremme
Weitere Aufsätze

Public Deficits and Income Distribution: Results of an Econometric Business Cycle Model for the Federal Republic of Germany

In: Ed by Pantelis Capros... , Budgetary Policy Modelling
London [u.a.] : Routledge
S. 161-175
Routledge New International Studies in Economic Modelling ; 2
| Rudolf Zwiener
Monographien

How to Finance Eastern Enlargement of the EU: The Need to Reform EU Policies and the Consequences for the Net Contributor Balance

Brussels [u.a.]: ENEPRI, 2002, 18 S. : Anh.
(Working Papers / European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes ; 14)
| Christian Weise
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 3 / 2004

How Successful Has the Stability and Growth Pact Been? An Empirical Analysis

Vor dem Beitritt zur EWU wurde die Fiskalpolitik durch den möglichen Ausschluss einer einzelnen Währung diszipliniert. Nach dem Beitritt erfolgt diese Disziplinierung durch den Stabilitäts- und Wachstumspakt. Im vorliegenden Aufsatz wird die in beiden Regimen ausgeübte Disziplinierung an drei verschiedenen Kriterien überprüft: der Wahrscheinlichkeit, das 3 %-Kriterium zu verletzen, der Wahrscheinlichkeit, ...

2004| Andrew Hughes Hallet, John Lewis
Monographien

The Transition from Welfare to Work and the Role of Potential Labor Income

Bonn: IZA, 2004, 31 S.
(Discussion Paper Series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 1420)
| Hilmar Schneider, Arne Uhlendorff
Diskussionspapiere 504 / 2005

Fiscal Competition, Capital-Skill Complementarity, and the Composition of Public Spending

Following Keen and Marchand (1997), the paper analyses the effect of fiscal competition on the composition of public spending in a model where capital and skilled workers are mobile while low skilled workers are immobile. Taxes are levied on capital and labour. Each group of workers benefits from a different kind of public good. Mobility of skilled workers provides an incentive for jurisdictions to ...

2005| Rainald Borck
Economic Bulletin 8 / 1999

Subsidising Social Insurance Contributions in the Low-Wage Sector: Lacking in Precision and Too Expensive

1999| Jürgen Schupp, Joachim Volz, Gert Wagner, Rudolf Zwiener
Economic Bulletin 4 / 1999

Successful Consolidation of the American Budget - an Example for Europe?

1999| Gustav Adolf Horn, Wolfgang Scheremet
Economic Bulletin 2 / 1999

Reform of the Regulations on Marginal Employment Lacks Cohesion

1999| Gert G. Wagner
Diskussionspapiere 281 / 2002

To Aid, Insurance, Transfer, or Control: What Drives the Welfare State?

The paper uses panel data on OECD countries to assess four theories about the forces that generate social spending. The four theories are: Aid: the Welfare State is about helping the poor. Insure: the Welfare State insures the consumption of middle-class voters. Transfer: the Welfare State transfers money to politically-powerful entitled groups. Control: the Welfare State is about controlling the behavior ...

2002| Edward Castronova
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