مجلة العلوم الانسانية لجامعة أم البواقي
Volume 5, Numéro 1, Pages 1073-1092

The Role Of Fiscal Policy In Rationalizing Public Expenditure In Developing Countries "case Study Of Algeria 2000/2016"

Authors : Hambli Zouhair .

Abstract

The fiscal policy of the developing countries is Keynesian politics, which depends on government spending to manage and control economic activity with sufficient flexibility to achieve this, the phenomenon of increasing public expenditure and the inflexibility of economic activity in developing countries require the intervention of the state through fiscal policy, rationalization of public expenditure, what is the role of fiscal policy in rationalizing public expenditures in developing countries?, what is the drop on the Algerian economy?. The main objective of this problem is to highlight the great role of fiscal policy in rationalizing public expenditure in the economies of developing countries characterized by increasing public expenditure, this is followed by analytical descriptive method by describing the phenomenon and analyzing the various data and trying to drop the results on developing countries as well as Algeria. It has been concluded that the rationalization of public expenditure in developing countries is not a reduction of public expenditure, but rather the use of fiscal policy by optimizing the allocation of financial resources and efficiency in their use between the sectors of the state and the private sector and within the sectors of the state as such, rationalization and good selection of appropriate division or division of the public budget, and this should be dropped on Algeria to reach the rationalization of public expenditure using fiscal policy.

Keywords

fiscal policy, Keynesian politics, rationalization of public expenditure, public budget.