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Title: The European debt crisis and its implications on the Macedonian Economy
Authors: Fiti, Taki 
Tashevska, Biljana 
Keywords: European debt crisis, fiscal and financial imbalances, government bond yield, fiscal consolidation, Republic of Macedonia
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Center for Economic Analyses
Source: Fiti, T. and Tashevska, B. (2013) “The European debt crisis and its implications on the Macedonian economy”, CEA Journal of Economics, Vol. 8, Issue 1, June 2013, Center for Economic Analysis, Skopje, pp. 25-42;
Journal: CEA Journal of Economics
Abstract: This article provides an overview of the roots of the European debt crisis, which cannot be attributed only to the large fiscal stimulus undertaken by the governments as a response to the global financial crisis of 2007. It results also from the specific design of the Eurozone and the disparities among countries, as well as to fiscal and financial imbalances, especially the previous credit boom and real estate bubble in some peripheral countries. European leaders now face numerous dilemmas concerning the implemented fiscal austerity measures and the appropriate exit strategies (proposals range from enhanced decentralized coordination of fiscal policies, to structural reforms and to a banking and fiscal union). In the end, some of the implications of the European crisis on the financial, real and fiscal sector of the Macedonian economy are examined. Based on the analysis, the article offers lessons about the fiscal policy and public debt of the Republic of Macedonia.
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Economics 03: Journal Articles / Статии во научни списанија

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