Fiscal stabilisation spurs growth in low fixed-asset sectors - IMF

Those with difficulty raising external funds benefit most from policy, paper argues

International Monetary Fund headquarters

The stabilisation of fiscal policies fosters stronger growth in sectors with low fixed assets and labour-intensive industries, a paper published by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) argues. 

Fiscal stabilization and growth: evidence from industry-level data for advanced and developing economies by Sangyup Choi, Davide Forcer and João Tovar Jalles examines the effect of fiscal stabilisation on industrial growth and how it impacts different technological sectors.

The sectors that appear to

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