POST-CRISIS FISCAL DILEMMAS IN ROMANIA
Mihaela Ifrim ()
Annals - Economy Series, 2015, vol. 4, 185-189
This paper represents a synthetic exposure in critical note of some aspects of fiscal policy after the economic crisis in Romania. The paper aimed to analyze several topics related to taxation that are found in current debates in Romania, in the context of the need to establish a coherent legal framework compatible with sustainable economic growth. I considered pointing the moral aspects related to taxation, analysis of the tax-expenditure tandem and criticize the prevalence of the Keynesian approach to fiscal policy in Romania. From the research method point of view, the approach is a qualitative one, in a praxeological note based on economic argumentation. This paper is not intended to provide advice on fiscal policy, but to expose the necessary ideas for understanding its implications.
Keywords: fiscal policy; taxes; public spending; Romania (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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