Publish Year : 2013
Thematic Area: Planning and Budgeting
Language: Spanish
Countries: Bolivia, Plurinational State of
Region of Relevance: Americas and the Caribbean
Resource type: Assessments and Analysis
Author(s): UN Women

Description:

Fiscal policy is defined as the part of economic policy through which the State, by choosing certain sources of income seeks to finance the exercise of its functions and activities and thus establishes the allocation of resources to implement them. Therefore, through fiscal policy the government acts on your expenses and income. It includes measures relating to multiple areas of the economy such as: the regime tax, public spending, internal and external state debt or operations and financial position
entities and autonomous or linked to it (Urquidi, 1962) organisms.