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TAPS PP 1999-12: Developing Fiscal Sector Indicators

The paper focuses on the fiscal sector. Among the indicators developed are those of sustainability of the public debt and the public sector deficit/surplus. There will be discussion on the revenue and expenditure indicators. A comparison of the debt and fiscal performance of the Philippines with some Asian countries is presented.

Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc.
Authors Keywords
Capuno, Joseph J.; fiscal management; fiscal deficit; public debt; fiscal policy; public sector; fiscal sector;
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Published in 1999 and available in the TAPS Library or Downloaded 545 times since November 25, 2011
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