Fiscal surveillance needs more timely data

Quarterly data from the European System of Integrated Economic Accounts should be used for real-time fiscal surveillance in Europe, new research from the European Central Bank finds.

The current system is based solely on annual fiscal data, which does not enable private agents and monetary authorities to detect departures from fiscal rules, thereby increasing the impact of fiscal policy shocks.

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