TITLE

THE PRACTISES OF FISCAL POLICY FOR ECONOMIC STABILITY IN TURKEY (AN ECONOMETRIC STUDY: 1985-1999)

AUTHOR(S)
Öner, Engin
PUB. DATE
October 2008
SOURCE
LESIJ - Lex ET Scientia International Journal;2008, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p292
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In order to achieve to main macro aims such as economic stability, economic development and equitable income distribution, the fiscal policy has been used too. Public expenditures, public revenues, public borrowings and budget applications are important tools of fiscal policy to obtain economic stability. In our study which aims to determine whether or not the economic stability is obtained by fiscal policy in Turkey in a time period between 1985-1999; it is revealed that the fiscal policies regarding to internal and external borrowing and interest payments were unable to obtain economic stability and that they have increased the inflation; with another statement, those following fiscal policies for inflation fighting weren't successful. General view of tax, expenditure and budget policies support this result as well.
ACCESSION #
39775395

 

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