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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 3 / 2013 (580)

Sustainability of the public debt and the financial crisis

Aura Gabriela SOCOL
The Bucharest University of Economic Studies

Abstract. The European Union sovereign-debt crisis brings up again the problem of current account sustainability, the fiscal policy sustainability and the public debt sustainability, as well as the interconditionality between them. On the background of the severe structural problems, the lack of competitiveness has constituted the main factor resulting in the severe deterioration of the European public finances. The external deficits have put additional pressure upon the fiscal deficits. Practically, they entered a vicious circle, to a great extent due to the extremely different economic evolutions of the weak economies opposite to the strongly structurally advanced and solid economies. This study makes a risk analysis of the public debt sustainability in Romania for the period 2010-2015, under the circumstances in which it will enter the Euro zone in the near future.

Keywords: public debt sustainability; primary surplus-generating capacity; Euro crisis; financial crisis.

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