Poor institutions hinder fiscal policy

The quality of nations' institutions impacts the effectiveness of fiscal policy, research published by the Central Bank of Chile finds.

The results of the research indicate that:

countries are unable to conduct counter-cyclical fiscal policies if they have poor institutions or lack access to credit markets at home and abroad; and

institutional factors have a larger weight than financial variables in explaining the differences in cyclical behaviour of fiscal policy between industrial and

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