Ocena wpływu rozmiaru sektora finansów publicznych na efektywność wydatkowania publicznego

Tomasz Skica

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/AUNC_ECON.2014.016

Abstrakt


Artykuł przyjmuje za cel zbadanie relacji na linii: rozmiar SFP – efekty wydatkowania publicznego. Do pomiaru wielkości sektora wykorzystane zostaną parametry finansowe odnoszące się do dyspozycji środkami publicznymi. Z kolei rezultaty aktywności sektora badane będą za pośrednictwem miar o charakterze wskaźnikowym. Ich oparcie na międzynarodowych rankingach, prezentujących komplementarne miary łączące nakłady finansowe i wskaźnikowe ujęcia efektywności podmiotów sektora, pozwoli przeanalizować związek pomiędzy rozmiarem sektora oraz parametrami służącymi jako miary rezultatów jego działalności.


Słowa kluczowe


finanse publiczne; rozmiar sektora finansów publicznych; efektywność wydatkowania publicznego

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