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Ghanbari A, Aghaei Khondabi M. Investigation the Impact of Fiscal policies on Private Section Investment in Iran. JPBUD 2007; 12 (4) :59-84
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The relationship between the function of the public and private section and exploring this relationship has been a long discussion in macroeconomic. In this paper we attempted to consider the effect of fiscal policies on private section investment in Iran. The fiscal policies include a change in the government’s income and spending, In fact, the main purpose of this paper is to study the degree and the way in which the government’s income and spending effect the function of macroeconomic in the field of private section investment. The results of the presented estimate model in this article show that government income of Oil and Gas have positive effect and Tax have negative effect, and it’s spending has positive effect on the investment in the private section. And the budget deficit of government encourages investment in the private section. The method used for estimating the function of the private section investment in Iran is the ordinary least square technique. This research is focused on time period from 1350 till 1384. With due attention to the results obtained from estimate model suggest that an increase in the government spending in fundamental and public affairs and a decrease in the tax incomes of the government (taxes gathered from the new industries) causes an increase in the private section investment.
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