By Erdem Basci, Subidey Togan, Jurgen Von Hagen
What macroeconomic standards needs to Turkey meet in its quest to accede to the ecu Union? This e-book, with its unique individuals - recognized economists and policymakers - examines and analyses those macroeconomic demanding situations confronting Turkey. even though the point of interest is at the particular state of affairs of Turkey, the teachings are informative for different candidate international locations and the findings without delay correct to the method of eu integration. The ebook is split into 4 elements: monetary regulations and sustainability of public funds; financial coverage demanding situations; preconditions for euro adoption; and, sustainable regimes of capital activities. each one subject is studied in consecutive papers concentrating first at the demanding situations confronted via the nations of the european, after which via Turkey. a number of papers evaluation the stories from the former around of european accession and the results of those for Turkey. "Macroeconomic regulations for ecu Accession" will attract policymakers, bureaucrats and lecturers attracted to the macroeconomic difficulties of ecu accession and ecu integration.
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To gain some further insights into the conduct of ﬁscal policy in the EU, von Hagen (2005) estimates a panel regression using the pooled ﬁscal impulses of all member states except Luxembourg, for which we do not have the ﬁscal data for all years of the 1980s. The model uses past ﬁscal impulses, real GDP growth, and the ratio of public debt to GDP as control variables. The results indicate, ﬁrst, a positive reaction of the ﬁscal impulse to a past increase in the debt ratio both in the 1980s and the 1990s.
Following this line of reasoning, ﬁscal deﬁcits can create inﬂation even if the central bank does not buy additional government debt. Both views of the issue lead to the conclusion that the EMU needs some rules preventing the national governments from running up excessive levels of debt that would, in the long run, threaten the common good of the monetary union, that is, price stability. This basic insight has left its mark in all documents and decisions leading up to the creation of EMU and is the basic rationale behind the EDP and the SGP.
Countries that achieved little real growth relative to debt growth also did not manage to reduce their debt ratios signiﬁcantly. 2 thus suggests that a successful strategy to reduce the debt ratio is one that focuses on growing out of the debt burden rather than one that focuses on slowing down the growth rate of debt while neglecting economic growth. 2 together, a clear message emerges. Without reviving economic growth, a signiﬁcant reduction in the debt burden is unlikely. Taking the two periods together, another message is that rising debt burdens come from a lack of control over public sector debt.