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    Title: 工會、財政政策與經濟成長:一個均衡失業的內生成長模型
    Other Titles: Trade Union, Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth: An Endogenous Growth Model with Equilibrium Unemployment
    Authors: 蕭明福;Shaw, Ming-fu;陳淑華;張俊仁
    Contributors: 淡江大學產業經濟學系
    Keywords: 效率談判;工會力量;財政政策;內生成長;Efficient bargain;Union power;Fiscal policy;Economic growth
    Date: 2005-09
    Issue Date: 2009-11-30 18:00:16 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:中央研究院經濟研究所
    Abstract: 本文建立一個具效率談判之工會的內生成長模型,據以探討政府立法改變工會力量、資本所得稅、勞動所得稅、及消費稅政策對經濟成長率及失業率的長期影響。在此均衡失業模型之下,我們發現:(1)就長期失業率和經濟成長率的角度來看,政府是否應立法削弱(或保護)工會力量,應視稅率政策與經濟結構參數的相對關係而定;(2)長期之下失業率與經濟成長率都將呈現負相關,因此,這兩個經濟目標並沒有取捨的問題;(3)政府提高資本所得稅率、勞動所得稅率、及消費稅率都將造成長期經濟成長率的下滑與長期失業率的上升;(4)稅率對成長與失業的相對效果取決於各項稅基的相對大小;(5)相較於租稅政策,政府規範工會力量對於失業與經濟成長的影響效果相當微小。
    This paper incorporates government fiscal policy and efficient bargaining union into an otherwise standard endogenous growth model. Our analysis shows that rising union power leads to a theoretically ambiguous effect on the economy's unemployment rate and long-run growth rate of output. Moreover, the relative impact of changing the capital or labor tax depends crucially on the corresponding tax base. In addition, a numerical simulation is also undertaken in this study.
    Relation: 經濟論文=Academia Economic Papers 33(3),頁323-350
    Appears in Collections:[產業經濟學系暨研究所] 期刊論文

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