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Title: Public policy review, April 2010, v. 6, no. 4
Authors: Horton, Mark
Anderson, Barry
Sugimoto, Kazuyuki
Kang, Jia
Ki Seok Hong
Keywords: FISCAL POLICY
GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS
FISCAL STIMULUS
ECONOMIC RECESSION
TAX INCENTIVES
Date: 2010
Publisher: Policy Research Institute, Ministry of Finance.Japan
Abstract: This publication by the Ministry Of Finance (Japan) features papers about fiscal policy issues arising in Japan, China and Korea after the global recession. Policy implications for advanced market economies are different from emerging market economies. In Asian G-20 countries, the deterioration in the structural fiscal position during 2007-10 comes mostly from stimulus packages in emerging economies, while structural spending pressures are important in advanced economies. The research examines aspects of fiscal policy issues including the time pattern of policy responses, effectiveness of expansionary measures, and long-term implications for fiscal debt.
ISSN: 1880-0955
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/47016
Project Number: 105812
Project Title: Conference : Fiscal Policy Issues after the Crisis (Asia)
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