State responses to the fiscal crisis in Britain, Germany and the Netherlands
Public Management Review: an international journal of research and theory , Volume 14 - Issue 3 p. 299- 309
How have governments, politics and administrations responded to the fiscal crisis? In this brief article, a first preliminary analysis is made how Great Britain, Germany and The Netherlands managed the crisis. The crisis consisted of three stages: First, the financial crisis causing governments to save and support banks; second, the economic crisis, causing governments to take economic recovery measures and third, the fiscal crisis of state debts and budget deficits, causing governments to take fiscal cut-back measures. Particular attention is paid to the governmental decision-making processes during the three stages of the crisis.
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Kickert, W.J.M. (2012). State responses to the fiscal crisis in Britain, Germany and the Netherlands. Public Management Review: an international journal of research and theory, 14(3), 299–309. doi:10.1080/14719037.2011.637410