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Title:Vladni izdatki in gospodarska rast v državah evroobmočja in odziv na koronavirusno krizo
Authors:ID Cenc, Helena (Author)
ID Bekő, Jani (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Cenc_Helena_2021.pdf (1,83 MB)
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PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/0038885b-78c8-41c3-88c8-6b7cf7eb993a
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:V magistrskem delu ugotavljamo vpliv vladnih izdatkov na gospodarsko rast. Najprej teoretično preučimo vlogo fiskalne politike, predvsem pri odpravljanju tržnih napak in kako se je vloga fiskalne politike spreminjala skozi čas. S pregledom empiričnih študij sklepamo, da so raziskovalci v večini primerov ugotovili negativno povezavo med vladnimi izdatki in gospodarsko rastjo. Seznanimo se tudi z ocenami multiplikatorja vladnih izdatkov in ugotovimo, da se ta spreminja glede na fazo gospodarskega cikla. Naš model preverjamo na državah evroobmočja, za obdobje med letoma 1995 in 2020. Ugotovimo, da vladni izdatki negativno vplivajo na gospodarsko rast, natančneje, če se delež vladnih izdatkov v BDP poveča za 1 %, se rast BDP na prebivalca zmanjša za 0,509 %. V drugem sklopu magistrskega dela analiziramo kakšno vlogo so odigrali vladni izdatki pri omilitvi gospodarskih posledic, ki jih je povzročila epidemija covid-19. Ugotovimo, da je mogoče zaznati pozitivno povezavo med velikostjo fiskalnih pomoči in strogostjo zaprtja gospodarstev. Ugotovimo tudi, da so se paketi fiskalnih pomoči, ki so zajemali neposredne transferje, davčne olajšave ter garancijske sheme in posojila, razlikovali tako po strukturi kot tudi velikosti med državami evroobmočja.
Keywords:vladni izdatki, gospodarska rast, koronavirusna kriza, evroobmočje
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:[H. Cenc]
Year of publishing:2021
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-80930 New window
UDC:330.35
COBISS.SI-ID:95810051 New window
Publication date in DKUM:01.02.2022
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Licensing start date:22.11.2021

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Language:English
Title:Government expenditures and economic growth in euroarea countries and the response to the coronavirus crisis
Abstract:In our master's thesis, we determine the impact of government expenditure on economic growth. First, we theoretically examine the role of fiscal policy, especially in correcting market failures, and how the role of fiscal policy has changed over time. A review of the empirical studies shows that researchers found a negative correlation between government spending and economic growth in most cases. We also examine studies on fiscal multiplier and we found out that it varies according to the phase of the economic cycle. In our model we examine the relationship between government expenditures and economic growth in Euroarea in period between 1995 and 2020. We determine that government expenditure has a negative impact on economic growth, more precisely, if government spending in GDP increases by 1 %, GDP per capita growth decreases by 0.509 %. In the second part we examine the role of government expenditure in mitigating economic consequences caused by Covid-19 epidemic. We find out a positive connection between the size of fiscal support and stringency of lockdown and that fiscal stimulus, which included direct supports, tax deferrals and loans and guarantee packages, also differs in structure and size among Euroarea countries.
Keywords:government expenditures, economic growth, coronavirus crisis, Euroarea


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