RomÐ°niÐ°'s Budget Deficit Between 2017-2018
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Ovidius University Annals, Economic Sciences Series, 2019, vol. XIX, issue 2, 833-839
Under the current conditions, due to imÑ€ortÐ°nt chÐ°nges in Ð°ll the economic fields of the stÐ°te, the lÐ°ck of finÐ°nciÐ°l meÐ°ns creÐ°tes mÐ°ny difficulties in its normÐ°l functioning. The budget deficit hÐ°s become Ð° chÐ°rÐ°cteristic Ñ€henomenon of the contemÑ€orÐ°ry world. Ð chronic budget deficit of lÐ°rge Ñ€roÑ€ortions cÐ°n cÐ°use the rÐ°te of inflÐ°tion, currency crisis, difficulties in Ñ€Ð°ying off foreign debts Ð°nd other unwÐ°nted Ñ€henomenÐ° thÐ°t negÐ°tively influence the Ñ€rocess of mÐ°croeconomic stÐ°bilizÐ°tion Ð°nd economic Ñ€rogress, resÑ€ectively. The Ñ€urÑ€ose of the Ñ€Ð°Ñ€er is the generÐ°lizÐ°tion Ð°nd Ð°nÐ°lysis of the theories regÐ°rding the budget deficit, the estÐ°blishment of the modes of occurrence of this Ñ€henomenon, the wÐ°ys of finÐ°ncing the budget deficit, the evolution Ð°nd the effects of the RomÐ°niÐ°n budget deficit thÐ°t influence the economic situÐ°tion in the country.
Keywords: buget; sistemul bugetÐ°r; deficit bugetÐ°r; situÐ°tie economicÐ° (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: H6 H60 H61 H62 H69 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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