English, Article edition: PUBLIC FINANCE SUSTAINABILITY AND DYNAMIC EFFICIENCY Vratislav Izák; 130 67 Praha 3 (izak@vse.cz)

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  • PUBLIC FINANCE SUSTAINABILITY AND DYNAMIC EFFICIENCY
Author
  • Vratislav Izák
  • 130 67 Praha 3 (izak@vse.cz)
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  • RePEc:prg:jnlpol:v:2008:y:2008:i:2:id:635:p:162-181
  • In the last years there has been a growing discrepancy between gross domestic product and gross disposable income (more than a double of government budget deficit in 2006)in favour of non-residents. The difference between the real interest rate and the rate of growth of GDP has been negative in 2000-2006 and is expected to be negative in the near future suggesting that even a small deficit in primary budget balance can stabilize the debt ratio (30 % of GDP). But in a world of uncertainty even in the Czech republic the capital sector is on net a spout and not a sink (the profit rate has been higher than the investment rate in 1995-2008). Hence the czech economy seems to be dynamically efficient and an increase in national saving is necessary.
  • fiscal sustainability, dynamic efficiency, czech data
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  • English
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