Background Global economic activity is expected to slow down because of record-high inflation, large public budget deficits and debts, conflicts between monetary and fiscal policy targets, and lower central banks’…
According to the latest statistics, the economic growth in the United Kingdom has reached 3% (annual rate) in the last quarter of 2013. This is the highest rate since 2007. For comparison, the French growth was 0.3% yoy (2013).
This is the decrease in the rate of economic growth per capita that results from an increase in the tax revenue to GDP ratio by 10 percentage points. This is…
Public Spending and Growth by Patrick Minford and Jiang Wang
L’endettement de l’Etat: stratégie de croissance ou myopie insouciante ? – Pierre Garello, Vesselina Spassova (french and english versions available)
Taxation and Economic Growth: Reconciling Intuition and Theory – Dalibor Rohá?
Taxation, Individual Incentives and Economic Growth – Alex Robson