ASPECTS REGARDING THE SIZE OF ROMANIA'S CASH BUDGET DEFICIT
Chirculescu Maria Felicia
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Chirculescu Maria Felicia: CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI TARGU JIU
Annals - Economy Series, 2019, vol. 3, 115-121
In the paper, one of the objectives is to identify the factors that determine the size of Romania's cash budget deficit, because it is a matter of great interest. At present, although the existence of public sector deficits has been accepted, they are still a point of interest for both academia and decision-makers. Therefore, this paper joins the numerous studies, developed over time, both theoretically and empirically, which aimed at investigating the causes that influenced the size of budget deficits and their perpetuation. The analyzes made in the paper reveal that Romania, in the analyzed period, achieved the deficit target of less than 3% of GDP, especially through the elaboration and adoption of measures to limit expenditure. In the short term, the forecast for 2020 through the fiscal fiscal policy promoted is to reduce the cash budget deficit; so at the level of 2020, Romania's cash budget deficit will be -1.80% of GDP, from -2.88% of GDP in 2017.
Keywords: budget deficit cash; welfare; economic growth (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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