Interdependencies Between Romanian Fiscal Policies And Inflationary Tensions In The Current Europe
Source: University of Craiova
The nature of fiscal policy has important consequences on how the monetary policies are built because monetary policy has consequences on budgetary solvency in terms of fiscal policy data, so that any change in monetary policy requires change, to some extent correlated, and in politics tax. Experience shows that Member developed an increased inflation does not rise to increased production. At the same time, inflation disposal costs high. If inflation in the years 1950-1960 is situated at a fairly low level, it has grown stronger in the years 1970-1980, and then in 1990 to fall to a level of 1-3%.