Understanding fiscal space by Peter S. Heller

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StatementPeter S. Heller.
SeriesIMF policy discussion paper ;, PDP/05/4, IMF policy discussion paper (Online) ;, PDP/05/4.
ContributionsInternational Monetary Fund.
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LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.I58
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LC Control Number2005617304

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Programs for which fiscal space is now being advocated, the desire is for higher expenditures to be sustained for a long period of time. In either case, it would be insufficient to create fiscal space in the first year without ensuring the creation of similar fiscal space in future years to cover these Size: KB.

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Fiscal Space. how to create 'fiscal space' for the MDGs and strengthen domestic resource mobilization for human development, while ensuring long-term sustainability and freedom from reliance on aid.

Understanding Fiscal Expansions. By Cited by: Understanding Fiscal Space. Prepared by Peter S. Heller. March Abstract. This Policy Discussion Paper should not be rep orted as representing the views of the IMF.

Book. Full-text. With new initiatives to provide low income countries with external assistance in support of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), donors and NGOs are seeking to understand whether "fiscal space" can be provided in the context of IMF-supported programs to support these initiatives.

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por Peter Mr. Heller. IMF Policy Discussion Papers (Book 05) ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND. The Fiscal Space Conjecture: Theoretical Reflections 5.

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Fiscal space is commonly defined as the budgetary room that allows a government to provide resources for public purposes without undermining fiscal sustainability. According to the International Monetary Fund, fiscal space exists if a government can raise spending or lower taxes without endangering market access and putting debt sustainability at risk.

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This paper defines the concept of fiscal space and its link to fiscal sustainability, describes. Fiscal space is the flexibility of a government in its spending choices, and, more generally, to the financial well-being of a government.

Peter Heller () defined it “as room in a government’s budget that allows it to provide resources for a desired purpose without jeopardizing the sustainability of its financial position or the stability of the economy.”.

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Basically, how much. The ONS public finance data tells us nothing about fiscal space. But there data on unemployment, underemployment, GDP is where we have to go to see how much (non-inflationary) fiscal space there is.

Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) focuses on how policy advances desired functional outcomes, rather than what the state of the deficit might be.

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Although fiscal space by this definition is not unlimited, there’s no good economic rationale that should lead policymakers to throw less fiscal water on the fire with high vs. low debt ratios.

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It is the .Noting that fiscal policy in developing economies has become increasingly countercyclical (or less procyclical) during the s, the report said this allowed developing economies to build fiscal space in the run-up to the Great Recession ofwhich was then successfully used for stimulus.

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