Fiscal stance and fiscal sustainability in Asia and the Pacific
Daniel Jeongdae Lee
No PB51, MPDD Policy Briefs from United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)
Countercyclical fiscal policy has continued to play an active role in stabilizing the economy in the Asia-Pacific region. Nevertheless, ensuring fiscal sustainability is important and would require comprehensive tax reforms and effective debt management.
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