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Distributional aspects of Ireland"s fiscal adjustment

Tim Callan

Distributional aspects of Ireland"s fiscal adjustment

by Tim Callan

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Published by Economic and SocialResearch Institute in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiscal policy -- Ireland.,
  • Finance, Public -- Ireland.,
  • Economic stabilization -- Ireland.,
  • Income distribution -- Ireland.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTim Callan and Brian Nolan.
    SeriesWorking paper / ESRI Project on Income Distribution, Poverty, and Usage of State Services -- no.29, Working paper (ESRI Project on Income Distribution, Poverty, and Usage of State Services) -- no.29.
    ContributionsNolan, Brian, 1953-, Economic and Social Research Institute.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46p. ;
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19700513M

    synchronized fiscal stimuli, which left substantial amounts of public debt that now need to be reduced. For many governments fiscal consolidation has thus become a major objective and they have embarked on ambitious fiscal consolidation plans starting in This implies that many countries will consolidate at the same time. Ireland recorded a Government Budget surplus equal to percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product in Government Budget in Ireland averaged percent of GDP from until , reaching an all time high of percent of GDP in and a record low of percent of GDP in This page provides the latest reported value for - Ireland .

    The Economic Adjustment Programme for Ireland, usually referred to as the Bailout programme, is a Memorandum of understanding on financial assistance to the Republic of Ireland in order to cope with the Post Irish financial crisis.. It was signed on 16 December by the Irish Government under then-Taoiseach Brian Cowen on one hand, and on the other hand by the . The Economy Today Ireland has one of the best performing economies in the industrialised world. Between and the economy expanded by approximately 40 per cent an unprecedented achievement for Ireland. ln alone the economy grew by %, the fastest growth rate in the OECD area for the third successive year.

    In this paper we examine the distributional effects of Value Added Tax (VAT) in Ireland. Using the / Household Budget Survey, we assess the amount of VAT that households pay as a proportion of weekly disposable income. We measure VAT payments by equivalised income decile, households of different composition and different household sizes. The report, “Managing Migration in Ireland: A Social and Economic Analysis”, prepared by IOM on behalf of Ireland’s National Economic and Social Council (NESC) shows that while immigration has largely had a positive effect on the Irish economy, the country needs to have a long-term immigration strategy including better provisions for the integration of migrants into society if.


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This paper looks at two aspects of the adjustment. First, we examine the basis for and the objectives of fiscal adjustment as they were perceived in Ireland and at the overall dynamics of the fiscal adjustment. We note that measuring the fiscal crisis and establishing feasible targets for its correction were important and non-trivial aspects.

Callan, T. and Nolan, B. () ‘Distributional Aspects of Ireland’s Fiscal Adjustment’, Economic and Social Review, 23, pp. – Google Scholar Callan, T., Nolan, B. and Whelan, C. () A Review of the Commission on Social Welfare’s Minimum Adequate Income (Dublin: Economic and Social Research Institute).Cited by: Fiscal and monetary policy: a look at cyclicality and its impact on Ireland Amelia O‟Connell Senior Sophister [email protected] When Ireland took the decision to enter the Eurozone, it was thought that the advantages of membership outweighed the loss of sovereignty it Size: KB.

The latest fiscal forecasts are in line with achieving these fiscal targets as discussed in the Irish Department of Finance's 'Report Card' on the Irish Economy from March Roughly 60%of the fiscal consolidation package over the period relates to expenditure-reducing measures with the balance coming from revenue-raising measures.

Ireland has been taken as an exemplary instance of fiscal adjustment, not once but twice in its recent history: in the late s, and again after aspects which have been neglected in. Strengthening Ireland’s Fiscal Institutions iv Fiscal Stance: A measure of the intended impact of discretionary fiscal policy.

It can be defined as Distributional aspects of Irelands fiscal adjustment book change in the primary structural budget balance relative to the preceding period. When the change is positive (negative) the fiscal stance is said to be expansionary (restrictive).

thoughts on “Fiscal Causes and Consequences” The Dork of Cork says: Ap at pm is a necessary price to pay to avoid the industrial and economic unrest that might prejudice the achivement of the fiscal adjustment.

the Network has infected all aspects of Irish Culture it was always on top since the Cabinet wars. In this paper we examine the distributional effects of Value Added Tax (VAT) in Ireland. Using the / Household Budget Survey, we assess the amount of VAT that households pay as a. One of the frustrating things about doing macroeconomics during the crisis is that it is so hard to pin down key empirical parameters.

The size of fiscal multipliers is probably the main case in point. The combination of short time series and a wide range of conditioning factors – confidence effects, the state of credit markets, import leakages, etc.

– make it hard to identify the causal. Fiscal Consolidation. Open for Business. Job creation. VIDEO: Ireland in the Business of Recovery. This new video about Ireland's own work towards stability, jobs and growth was first shown to international and Irish media attending the Informal Ecofin meeting at Dublin Castle on 12/3 April   As in high-income countries, reduced rates of VAT and VAT exemptions (“preferential VAT rates”) are a common feature of indirect tax systems in LMICs.

Many of the goods and services that are granted preferential rates – such as foodstuffs and kerosene – seem likely to receive such treatment on the grounds that they provide Author: Tom Harris, David Phillips, Ross Warwick, Maya Goldman, Jon Jellema, Karolina Goraus, Gabriela Incha.

Department of Finance | Economic Impact Assessment of Ireland [s orporation Tax Policy: Summary & Policy Conclusions Page | 2 Format of the Report This paper presents the summary and conclusions of this comprehensive economic impact assessment of Irelands corporation tax policy, carried out by the Department of Finance over the last Size: KB.

Fiscal Rules for Ireland Robert Hagemann* I. Introduction The government of Ireland is planning to introduce fiscal rules to steer fiscal policy. This plan responds to three sources of pressure. The first is Ireland’s obligations as a signatory to the Euro Pact Plus that, among other things, commits members to introduce legislation that.

The SGI is a platform built on a cross-national survey of governance that identifies reform needs in 41 EU and OECD countries. The SGI brings together a broad network of experts and practitioners aiming to understand what works best in sustainable governance. Advocating the exchange of best practices, we offer full access to our data set and enable the comparisons.

the distributional effects of value added tax in ireland 4 One could argue that this tax will be paid when savings are eventually spent. 06 Tol article_ESRI Vol 12/07/ Page Rethinking the political economy of fiscal consolidation in two recessions in Ireland Niamh Hardiman UCD School of Politics and International Relations UCD Geary Institute [email protected] This paper is an output of the project ‘The political economy of the European periphery’, funded by the Irish Research Size: 1MB.

adjustment is needed to reduce the deficit to below 3% of GDP. -Table 5 shows the deficit path for resulting from the implementation of the fiscal consolidation strategy under the programme's cautious economic scenario.

Implementing the foreseen €15bn consolidation package in File Size: 1MB. Headline Expanding fiscal policy is the right call.

The IFAC has pointed to the need to continue to strengthen the public finances given. fiscal policy will likely become more heavily relied on to combat recessions. Thus a deeper understanding of this critical economic tool is necessary.

By determining which type or combination of fiscal policy is most effective, the government can be better equipped when designing fiscal policy in the : Sara Omohundro. For the first time, the Budget documentation contained distributional analysis of the changes by household income, which showed that the measures to be introduced between June and April were progressive relative to household income, and in his Budget speech the Chancellor used this as evidence that it was a 'progressive Budget'.Cited by:.

Change of Fiscal Year End. The Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland (The Bank of Ireland) Change of Fiscal Year End.

17 February The Bank of Ireland hereby announces a change of its fiscal year end from 31 March to 31 December. This change in financial calendar brings the Bank into line with its peer banks.Title Date ESB Networks Distribution Loss Factors 1st October - 30th September September ESB Networks Distribution Loss Factors 1st October - 30th September September ESB Networks Distribution Loss Factors 1st October - 30th September September Site Specific Loss Factors effective 1st Oct .New EU Fiscal Rules • Revised EU fiscal structure has two arms: Corrective and Preventive • Ireland will enter preventive arm post with deficit below 3% of GDP: – Medium-term Objective (MTO) defined in structural terms – Annual Structural Adjustment greater than % of .