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Kutasi , G. (2015). Dilemas presupuestales relacionados con el cambio climático. Revista Finanzas y Política Económica, 7(1), 97-107. https://doi.org/10.14718/revfinanzpolitecon.2015.7.1.5


El calentamiento global, bien se trate de una hipótesis verdadera o falsa, ha sido incorporado en la elaboración de políticas tanto en el ámbito nacional como internacional. Se recomienda que las finanzas públicas participen en la financiación de la mitigación y la adaptación. La investigación explica los retos y dilemas que implica el cambio climático sobre el gasto fiscal y los ingresos, las responsabilidades y las oportunidades, el equilibrio y la deuda.


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