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The global financial crisis and its budget impacts in OECD nations: fiscal responses and future challenges

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The global financial crisis and its budget impacts in OECD nations: fiscal responses and future challenges
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The global financial crisis and its budget impacts in OECD nations: fiscal responses and future challenges
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eng
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The global financial crisis of 2007-09 constituted the biggest shock to the economies of the OECD nations since the Second World War and caused most of their governments to move into intense crisis mode. They made significant adjustments to their fiscal policy regimes, including massive interventions to stabilize markets and economies. But how they reacted to the crisis, and what measures they took to deal with it, still underpin their economic and budgetary positions. This book examines how different OECD budgetary systems performed. Chapters cover the EU, North America and Asia, assessing how governments responded to the challenge and how their budget systems evolved in the aftermath
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International
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no index present
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English
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non fiction
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  • Wanna, J
  • Lindquist, E.A
  • Vries, J. de
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  • OECD
  • tax policy
  • economic crisis
  • tax reform
  • budget law
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The global financial crisis and its budget impacts in OECD nations: fiscal responses and future challenges
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Contents
  • Meeting the challenge of the global financial crisis in OECD nations : fiscal responses and future challenges
  • Lindquist, E.A.
  • Vries, J. de
  • Wanna, J.
  • ; p. 1-30
  • The United States' response to the global financial crisis : from robust stimulus to fiscal gridlock
  • Posner, P.L.
  • Fantone, D.M.
  • ; p. 31-58
  • Canada's reactive budget response to the global financial crisis: from resilience and brinksmanship to agility and innovation
  • Good, D.A.
  • Lindquist, E.A.
  • ; p. 59-91
  • Australian and New Zealand responses to the 'fiscal tsunami' of the global financial crisis: preparation and precipitous action with the promise of consolidation
  • Wanna, J.
  • ; p. 92-117
  • Budgeting in Japan after the global financial crisis: postponing decisions on crucial issues
  • Horie, M.
  • ; p. 118-144
  • Budgetary challenges in the Netherlands: resuming business after a turbulent time
  • Vries, J. de
  • Degen, T.
  • ; p. 145-173
  • The global financial cirsis in Denmark and Sweden: a case of crisis management 'lite'
  • Jensen, L.
  • Davidsen, S.
  • ; p. 174-204
  • Spain facing the global financial crisis: cutting public spending and struggling with structural reforms
  • Zapico-Goñi, E.
  • ; p. 205-230
  • Portugal and the global financial crisis: short-sighted politics, deteriorating public finances and the bailout imperative
  • Pereira, P.T.
  • Wemans, L.
  • ; p. 231-254
  • The global financial crisis in Greece: its background causes, escalation and prospects for recovery
  • Arghyrou, M.G.
  • ; p. 255-283
  • Managing Ireland's budgets during the rise and fall of the 'Celtic Tiger'
  • Boyle, R.
  • Mulreany, M.
  • ; p. 284-308
  • Readiness, resilience, reform and persistence of budget systems after the GFC: conclusions and implications
  • Lindquist, E.A.
  • Vries, J. de
  • Wanna, J.
  • ; p. 309-342
Extent
368 p.
Isbn
9781784718954
Isbn Type
(print)
Label
The global financial crisis and its budget impacts in OECD nations: fiscal responses and future challenges
Publication
Contents
  • Meeting the challenge of the global financial crisis in OECD nations : fiscal responses and future challenges
  • Lindquist, E.A.
  • Vries, J. de
  • Wanna, J.
  • ; p. 1-30
  • The United States' response to the global financial crisis : from robust stimulus to fiscal gridlock
  • Posner, P.L.
  • Fantone, D.M.
  • ; p. 31-58
  • Canada's reactive budget response to the global financial crisis: from resilience and brinksmanship to agility and innovation
  • Good, D.A.
  • Lindquist, E.A.
  • ; p. 59-91
  • Australian and New Zealand responses to the 'fiscal tsunami' of the global financial crisis: preparation and precipitous action with the promise of consolidation
  • Wanna, J.
  • ; p. 92-117
  • Budgeting in Japan after the global financial crisis: postponing decisions on crucial issues
  • Horie, M.
  • ; p. 118-144
  • Budgetary challenges in the Netherlands: resuming business after a turbulent time
  • Vries, J. de
  • Degen, T.
  • ; p. 145-173
  • The global financial cirsis in Denmark and Sweden: a case of crisis management 'lite'
  • Jensen, L.
  • Davidsen, S.
  • ; p. 174-204
  • Spain facing the global financial crisis: cutting public spending and struggling with structural reforms
  • Zapico-Goñi, E.
  • ; p. 205-230
  • Portugal and the global financial crisis: short-sighted politics, deteriorating public finances and the bailout imperative
  • Pereira, P.T.
  • Wemans, L.
  • ; p. 231-254
  • The global financial crisis in Greece: its background causes, escalation and prospects for recovery
  • Arghyrou, M.G.
  • ; p. 255-283
  • Managing Ireland's budgets during the rise and fall of the 'Celtic Tiger'
  • Boyle, R.
  • Mulreany, M.
  • ; p. 284-308
  • Readiness, resilience, reform and persistence of budget systems after the GFC: conclusions and implications
  • Lindquist, E.A.
  • Vries, J. de
  • Wanna, J.
  • ; p. 309-342
Extent
368 p.
Isbn
9781784718954
Isbn Type
(print)

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