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Title: New trends in fiscal stimulation evaluation
Authors: Timus, Angela
Cociug, Victoria
Afteni, Laura
Keywords: tax incentives
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: "Victor Slăvescu" Centre for Financial and Monetary Research
Citation: TIMUȘ, Angela, COCIUG, Victoria, AFTENI, Laura. New trends in fiscal stimulation evaluation. In : Journal of Financial and Monetary Economics. 2017, no. 4, pp. 93-99. ISSN 2537-3269; ISSN L 2392-9685.
Abstract: Fiscal and budgetary policy reflects the state's choice for necessary actions to be taken in order to ensure the population welfare and sustainable economic growth, naturally involving revenue mobilization and public spending. The insurance of a long-term macroeconomic growth is driven by several specific mechanisms and instruments, one representing the reduction of fiscal pressure by applying a system of tax incentives.Practically, all countries stipulate in their fiscal policies a robust set of instruments of special regimes, incentives and fiscal facilities to encourage the taxpayer to launch or consolidate his business to generate higher tax levy in the future. Such policies support sustainable economic growth, facilitate R & D-innovation, especially SMEs involved, eco-energy industries and high-value commodities, start-ups in IT, support scientific and technical progress. Applying tax incentives through their incentive function involves transferring public revenue over the next period, as a result of reducing budget funding capacity, while many researchers and experts qualify postponement of revenue with a "budget expense". In this context, we intend to study in this paper the good practices of applying tax incentives in stable economies and in those aspiring to a higher level of development to identify models for assessing their impact on the budget, and implicitly on sustainable growth. The result of these researches will also be the identification of an optimal model for assessing tax incentives in the context of the specificity of the economy of the Republic of Moldova and the formulation of recommendations on the way of its implementation in order to regulate business stimulation policies by diminishing the fiscal pressure.
Description: Bibliogr.: p. 99 (19 titl.). JEL classification: E620, H210.
ISSN: 2537-3269
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