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EL "CAMBIO" DE LA POLÍTICA PRESUPUESTARIA DESDE MAYO DE 2011: LAS ASIGNATURAS PENDIENTES

GREGORIO IZQUIERDO
Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político
No. 31 (Julio/Septiembre 2011), pp. 89-100
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23045813
Page Count: 12
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Abstract

Mantiene el autor que ni el Estado ni sus Administraciones Territoriales han reducido adecuadamente el gasto ni limitado el déficit o el endeudamiento ante la gravedad de la crisis económica. Por el contrario, la subida de impuestos del Gobierno ha desalentado el ahorro y el consumo, desincentivado la inversión, provocado cifras históricas de desempleo y promovido el fraude fiscal. Además, el excesivo gasto presupuestario ha incrementado la inflación y el déficit exterior. Para iniciar la senda de la recuperación y restablecer la confianza en nuestra economía, el autor ve imprescindible sanear las cuentas públicas recuperando la austeridad en el gasto y efectuar reformas estructurales tan necesarias como la reforma laboral. The author holds that neither the state nor its territorial governments have appropriately reduced expenses nor limited deficit or debt vis-à-vis the severity of the economic crisis. On the contrary, the Government's tax raise has discouraged saving and consumption, discouraging investment, generating unprecedented figures of unemployment, and promoting tax evasion. In addition to this, excessive budget spending has increased inflation and external deficit. To start walking the road to recovery and restoring confidence in our economy, it is essential, according to the author, to improve public accounts, recovering austerity in spending, and starting the structural reforms which are as necessary as the labour reforms.

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