The Fiscal Advisory Council’s working paper series serves to publish relevant scientific work. Papers published in the series primarily discuss fiscal policy issues with a special focus on Austria. They are intended to promote scientific discourse. Opinions expressed by the authors of working papers do not necessarily reflect the official viewpoint of the Fiscal Advisory Council.
Quantifying the impact of the 2021-22 inflation shock on Austria´s public finances
Don´t blame the government!? An Assessment of debt forecast errors with a view to the Economic Governance Review
How effective were fiscal support measures in absorbing the inflation-induced rise in consumption expenditures in 2022?
The FISK OLG model – a numerical overlapping generations model for Austria – model description v2.2
On fiscal multipliers in New Keynesian small open economy models
Fiscal multipliers in a small open economy: the case of Austria
Long-run fiscal consequences of refugee migration – The case of Austria
Forecasting the term-structure of euro area swap rates and Austrian yields based on a dynamic Nelson-Siegel approach
What drives forecast errors and ex-post-revisions of structural balances in the euro area?
Variable rate debt to insure the government budget against macroeconomic shocks
The Importance of Lease Financing for Austrian Municipalities
Administration reform and pension reform of the public sector and financing the health care sector (German version)
Fiscal Spending Rules in Europe
Administrative reform: saving requirements and potential
Austrian public debt management reflects the conditions of euro area financial markets (German version)
Austria´s Sovereign Debt-Management against the Background of Euro Area Financial Markets