Technical Report 摩擦的失業と財政政策

池田, 亮一  ,  Ikeda, Ryouichi  ,  イケダ, リョウイチ

15-13pp.1 - 18 , 2015-05 , Graduate School of Economics and Osaka School of International Public Policy (OSIPP) Osaka University
In this paper, following the previous researches and considering the ease of the analysis, I researched about the relationship between consumption tax hike and frictional unemployment and economic growth. The largest differences from previous researches are that in this paper I consider consumption tax hike and that I consider three cases in that consumption tax gained from the tax increase is (1)cash backed to the household in the lump-sum manner, (2)used in the increase of unemployment benefit and (3)decrease of the rate of other taxes. The effect of consumption tax hike to the growth rate and employment depends on how the increased consumption tax is used. Especially, the decrease of capital tax (corporate tax) has a positive effect to the growth rate but it’s because of that effect that it decreases the employment rate.

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