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1. Does the COVID19 pandemic change the relationship between government expenditures and economic growth in Azerbaijan?
Issue: Vol. 14, No 3, 2021
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Jeyhun Abbasov, Elchin Gulaliyev, Fariz Ahmadov, Ilkin Mammadov
Keywords: ARDL modeling approach, cointegration analysis, long-run effect of government spending, capital and current expenditures, fiscal multiplier
JEL: C13, E62, F43
185-204 (20)
2. Setting up architecture for environmental tax system under certain socioeconomic conditions
Issue: Vol. 13, No 4, 2020
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Tetyana Vasylieva, Veronika Machová, Alina Vysochyna, Joanna Podgórska, Yaryna Samusevych
Keywords: energy environmental taxes, transport environmental taxes, environmental taxes on pollution / resources, architecture of environmental tax system, socioeconomic development
JEL: C43, E62, F52, H23
273-285 (13)
3. Analysis of the state budgets of lower-middle-income and upper-middle-income countries: Evidence from Ukraine and Libya
Issue: Vol. 13, No 4, 2020
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Serhiy Kozmenko, Olga Kozmenko, Agnieszka Gałecka, Khaled Aldiwani
Keywords: state budget, GDP, budget revenues, budget expenditures, budget optimization, Ukraine, Libya
JEL: E62, H61, H72
213-228 (16)
4. Public debt, GDP and the Sovereign Debt Laffer curve: A country-specific analysis for the Euro Area
Issue: Vol. 13, No 3, 2020
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Diptes Bhimjee, Emanuel Leão
Keywords: Euro Area sovereign debt crisis, global financial crisis, sovereign debt Laffer curve, sovereign debt threshold
JEL: G01, E62, E44, F34
280-295 (16)
5. Price stabilization policy in an emerging economy: An asymmetric approach
Issue: Vol. 12, No 2, 2019
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Jaka Sriyana
Keywords: asymmetric effect, exchange rate, fiscal policy, inflation, monetary policy
JEL: C53, E62, E63
165-181 (17)
6. The European crisis: Analysis of the macroeconomic imbalances in the rescued euro area countries
Issue: Vol. 12, No 2, 2019
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Leonida Correia
Keywords: Macroeconomic imbalances, financial assistance, European crisis, rescued countries
JEL: E62, E65, F15, F45
22-45 (24)
7. Fiscal council: European model or new global standard?
Issue: Vol. 12, No 4, 2019
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: András Bethlendi, Csaba Lentner, László Vasa, András Póra
Keywords: sovereign debt, rules-based fiscal policy, fiscal council, independent fiscal institutions, fiscal prudence
JEL: E02, E62, F34, F36, H30, H60, H61, H63, H68, H87, P16, P41, P43, P50
32-51 (20)
8. Public debt and private consumption in Asia Pacific countries: Is there evidence for Ricardian equivalence?
Issue: Vol. 12, No 1, 2019
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Suhal Kusairi, Vinus Maulina, Farah Margaretha
Keywords: Public Debt, Private Consumption, Ricardian Equivalence
JEL: E62, E21, H31
50-64 (15)
9. The effect of fiscal deficit on economic growth in an emerging economy: Evidence from Vietnam
Issue: Vol. 11, No 3, 2018
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Le Thanh Tung
Keywords: fiscal deficit, economic growth, private investment, foreign direct investment, net exports, emerging economies, CIVETS, Vietnam
JEL: E61, E62, H61, H62
191-203 (13)
10. Reforming the Eurozone: Assessment of the Reform Package by the European Commission – Treating Symptoms or Root Causes?
Issue: Vol. 11, No 3, 2018
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Bodo Herzog
Keywords: EMU, reform, European Monetary Fund, economic governance
JEL: P16, Z13, G38, B53, E52, E62, H42
59-77 (19)
11. The Effect of Twin Shock on Fiscal Sustainability in Indonesia
Issue: Vol. 11, No 1, 2018
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Insukindro Insukindro
Keywords: Fiscal sustainability, primary deficit, fiscal reaction function, economic and exchange rate fluctuations
JEL: E62, H63
75-84 (10)
12. An analysis of the official dollarization regime in Montenegro: theoretical approaches and empirical evidence
Issue: Vol. 9, No 2, 2016
Journal: Journal of International Studies
Authors: Slobodan Lakić, Damir Šehović, Jasmina Ćetković
Keywords: Dollarization/euroization, monetary regime, monetary aggregates, interest rates, seigniorage, monetary sovereignty, monetary approach to the balance of payments.
JEL: E52, E61, E62
48-64 (17)
13. What can Tax Revenues tell us about the Economic Activity of Regions?
Issue: Vol. 9, No 1, 2016
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Jarmila Zimmermannova, Jolana Skalickova, Jan Siroky
Keywords: VAT, Income Taxation, Macroeconomic Indicators, Regions, Czech Republic
JEL: E62, H25, H71, R11
114-128 (15)
14. Crowding Out and Crowding in within Keynesian Framework. Do We Need Any New Empirical Research Concerning Them?
Issue: Vol. 7, No 2, 2014
Journal: Economics & Sociology
Authors: Adam P. Balcerzak, Elżbieta Rogalska
Keywords: fiscal policy, crowding out, crowding in, stabilization policy
JEL: E62, H31, H32
80-93 (14)