Volume 5, Numéro 3, Pages 313-328
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. The state works to rationalize public expenditures and to use fiscal policy to achieve the best division of the public budget through the optimal allocation of financial resources while achieving efficiency in their use between the state and the private sector. Within the sectors of the state as such, with the need to rationalize public expenditure of the selection and evaluation of programs and an optimal estimate of the appropriations with the need for financial control to ensure efficiency. Algeria is a developing country that relies on fiscal policy to rationalize public expenditure through the establishment of appropriate divisions of the general budget. However, rationalization of expenditures in Algeria did not emerge until after the economic crisis related to the decline in oil prices and only slightly, as a result of Algeria's reliance on periodic divisions of the budget Without re-evaluating programs and carrying out new programs that ensure optimal allocation of financial resources and efficient use between the State and the private sector and between the sectors of the State.
fiscal policy; rationalization of public expenditure; resource allocation; resource efficiency.