Fiscal Policy, Taxation and the Financial System in an Increasingly Integrated Europe

The papers collected in this volume are those presented at the sixteenth Colloquium arranged by the Societe Universitaire Europeenne de Re­ cherches Financieres (SUERF), which took place in Lisbon in May 1991. The Society is supported by a large number of central banks and commer­ cial banks, by oth...

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Other Authors: Fair, D.E. (Editor), de Boissieu, Christian (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 1992, 1992
Edition:1st ed. 1992
Series:Financial and Monetary Policy Studies
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505 0 |a XII Financing Budget Deficits by Seigniorage and Implicit Taxation: The Cases of Spain and Portugal -- XIII Note on UK Experience with a Budget Surplus and Implications for Financial Markets -- D International Resource Transfers and the Respective Roles of Governments and Private Capital Flows -- XIV Labour Mobility, Fiscal Solidarity and the Exchange Rate Regime: A Parable of European Union and Cohesion -- XV International Resource Transfers and the Respective Roles of Governments and Private Capital Flows: Economic and Political Reforms in Eastern Europe -- XVI German Economic and Monetary Union: Impact on Private and Public Capital Flows -- XVII Synergy between Public Transfer and Direct Investments in the Reconstruction of Central Europe -- XVIII System Conditions for the Promotion of Foreign Capital Participation inthe Czech and Slovak Federative Republic -- E The Policy Mix, Monetary Policy, and Financial Stability in the Transition to Economic and Monetary Union --  
505 0 |a A Opening Addresses -- I Introduction -- II Monetary and Fiscal Policy in Portugal: A New Approach to an Old Challenge -- III Quelques réflexions sur le processus de transition vers l’union économique et monétaire -- IV On Policies Toward Saving -- B Private Savings and the Taxation of Income from Capital -- V Tax Policy and Private Saving in the 1980s: The United States Experience -- VI The Linkages Between Taxation, Private Saving Decisions and Financial Intermediation: Some International Comparisons -- VII Fiscalité et épargne des ménages en France à l’heure de l’intégration européenne -- VIII Household Saving, Interest Rates, Inflation and Taxation: Some Cross-Country Evidence -- C Imbalances in Public Sector Budgets and their Impact on Financial Systems -- IX Imbalances in Public Sector Deficits: The Dutch Experience -- X The Italian Public Debt Problem -- XI The EC’s Public Debt Disease: Discipline with Credit Spreads and Cure with Price Stability --  
505 0 |a XIX Fiscal Arrangements in a Monetary Union: Evidence from the US -- XX The Scope for Fiscal Policy in the European Community -- XXI La formulation de la politique monétaire dans le cadre de l’intégration financière en Europe -- XXII The First Stage Towards Economie and Monetary Union -- XXIII European Monetary Integration and National Budgetary Policies: New Rules for an Old Game? -- F Concluding Address -- XXIV General Report on the Colloquium 
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520 |a The papers collected in this volume are those presented at the sixteenth Colloquium arranged by the Societe Universitaire Europeenne de Re­ cherches Financieres (SUERF), which took place in Lisbon in May 1991. The Society is supported by a large number of central banks and commer­ cial banks, by other financial and business institutions, and by personal subscriptions from academics and others interested in monetary and financial problems. Since its establishment in 1963, it has developed as a forum for the exchange of information, research results and ideas among academics and practitioners in these fields, including central bank officials and civil servants responsible for formulating and applying monetary and financial policies, national and international. A major activity of SUERF is to organise and conduct Colloquia on subjects of topical interest to its members. The titles, places and dates of previous Colloquia for which volumes of the collected papers were published are noted on the last page of this volume. Volumes were not produced for Colloquia held at Tarragona, Spain in October 1970 under the title 'Monetary Policy and New Developments in Banking' and at Strasbourg, France in January 1972 under the title 'Aspects of European Monetary Union'