نتایج جستجو برای Budgetary Capacity

تعداد نتایج: 185181  

2000
Wim A. Van der Stede,

Previous studies have provided contradictory evidence with respect to the e€ect of rigid budgetary controls on slack and other dysfunctional behaviors. One motivation for the current study was to test whether spillover e€ects exist between two alleged dysfunctional consequences of a rigid budgetary control style: budget slack creation and managerial short-term orientation. The data support this...

Journal: :J. Economic Theory 2008
Hian Teck Hoon, Edmund S. Phelps,

We study here the effects of future tax and budgetary shocks on present levels of economic activity and real interest rates in a nonmonetary and possibly non-Ricardian economy. The paper first takes up an (unanticipated) temporary tax cut to be effective on a given future date—a delayed “debt bomb.” The sudden prospect of this future-dated shock causes at once a drop in the (unit) value placed ...

Journal: :J. Economic Theory 2017
T. Renee Bowen, Ying Chen, Hülya Eraslan, Jan Zápal,

Which budgetary institutions result in efficient provision of public goods? We analyze a model with two parties bargaining over the allocation to a public good each period. Parties place different values on the public good, and these values may change over time. We focus on budgetary institutions that determine the rules governing feasible allocations to mandatory and discretionary spending pro...

2008
Otto A. Davis, M. A. H. Dempster,

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1988
Robert E. Looney,

One of the more intriguing empirical findings in recent years is evidence that a number of Third World economies experience a positive relationship between military expenditures and overall rates of economic growth. While this result has been found in a number of individual studies, no satisfactory explanation has been put forth -presumably defense expenditures have both positive spin-offs, ten...

1995
Edmund Chattoe, Nigel Gilbert,

This paper reports on a study of the way that people make decisions about the allocation of income between categories of expenditure, such as food, rent and leisure. The most common (economic) approach to formalising budgetary decision processes is deductive: a theory is proposed and its implications are then explored. However, it is also possible to develop formal models inductively and this i...

2015
Renee Bowen, Ying Chen, Hülya Eraslan, Jan Zápal,

Which budgetary institutions result in efficient provision of public goods? We analyze a model with two parties bargaining over the allocation to a public good each period. Parties place different values on the public good, and these values may change over time. We focus on budgetary institutions that determine the rules governing feasible allocations to mandatory and discretionary spending pro...

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