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2014 | 94: Polityka gospodarcza jako gra w wyzwania i odpowiedzi rozwojowe | 271-296
Article title

Instytucjonalne uwarunkowania politycznego cyklu koniunkturalnego

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EN
The Institutional Conditions of Political Business Cycle
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Abstracts
PL
Opracowanie odnosi się do istotnego problemu społecznego i gospodarczego, jaki stanowi niedostrzeganie efektów politycznego cyklu koniunkturalnego. W pracy dokonano przeglądu dotychczasowych doświadczeń w zakresie funkcjonowania reguł fiskalnych w UE oraz wskazano ich niedoskonałości. Szczególną uwagę poświęcono niezależnym instytucjom fiskalnym, jako podmiotom, których funkcjonowanie mogłoby ograniczyć pokusę prowadzenia przez polityków nieefektywnej polityki gospodarczej. Wskazano polskie doświadczenia w zakresie ratyfikacji Paktu fiskalnego oraz przedstawiono teoretyczne uzasadnienie powołania Rady Fiskalnej.
EN
The research paper refers to the significant social and economic problem that is not recognizing the effects of the political business cycle. It has been reviewed in the paper the past experience in the operation of fiscal rules in the EU and pointed out their shortcomings. Particular attention was paid to the independent fiscal institutions as entities with which the political temptation to keep the ineffective economic policies could be reduced. Pointed Polish experience in the ratification of the fiscal pact and presented the theoretical justification for the establishment of the Fiscal Council.
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Document Type
Publication order reference
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ISSN
0866-9503
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-5cc30d1e-ab58-4d13-8e3b-95c212997afc
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