Inversiones verdes en el mundo post COVID-19 y sostenibilidad de la deuda: los casos de Francia, Italia y España

Juan Rafael Ruiz Gomez

Resumen


Este artículo explora la simulación del impacto en las cuentas públicas de un plan de inversiones para hacer frente a la reconstrucción del COVID-19 basada en atender la emergencia climática global. Se analizan los casos de Francia, Italia y España que han sido los países más golpeados en la UE por la pandemia y se realizan simulaciones bajo distintos escenarios de crecimiento donde se observa la viabilidad en cuanto a la sostenibilidad de la deuda de un plan de salida de la crisis del COVID-19 en base a hacer frente al reto del cambio climático.


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Deuda; COVID-19; política fiscal.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33776/rem.v0i56.4942

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