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The management of macro-financial information in the context of monetary and budgetary policies

Ioan-Dan Morar () and Ph.D. Student Anca Mitu ()
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Ioan-Dan Morar: Faculty of Economics, University of Oradea, Romania
Ph.D. Student Anca Mitu: Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania

Manager Journal, 2015, vol. 22, issue 1, 55-65

Abstract: Management of financial policies is a public issue and important to public policies in general 0and for the financial field in particular. Managing information which compose the sets of financial policies and the information generated by the application in reality of financial policies is an important component of management in the financial sector. The design of specific procedures on sub-domains of the financial sector is influenced by the level of optimization of strategic decisions in the financial field. The combination of direct control measures, regulations, from top to bottom with indirect measures influencing financial environment and the behaviour of those targeted in their quality of taxpayers or consumers is necessary but insufficient to ensure the operation of financial mechanisms. To ensure proper functionality of the budgetary and monetary mechanisms such decisional measures require a scientific substantiation in the context of interdependence of our economy and society to the European Community.

Keywords: information; financial policy; monetary policy; budgetary execution; budget fund; financial crisis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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