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Government debt: Government debt, also known as public debt, refers to the accumulated financial obligations a government owes to creditors, individuals, or institutions. It arises from borrowing to finance expenditures exceeding revenues. Represented by bonds or securities, it reflects the total amount the government owes and is a key indicator of a country's financial health and borrowing capacity. See also Government budget, State, Fiscal policy.
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Political Philosophy on Government Debt - Dictionary of Arguments

Mause I 284
Government Debt/Political Theory: With regard to government debt, empirical studies show that left-wing governments do not systematically produce higher deficits and thus higher debts than right-wing governments in an international comparison (see, for example, Wagschal 1996 (1); Cusack 1999 (2)). At the sub-state level, the results are inconsistent.

1. Uwe Wagschal. 1996. Der Einfluss von Parteien und Wahlen auf die Staatsverschuldung. Swiss Political Science Review 2 (4): 1– 328.
2. Thomas R. Cusack. 1999. Partisan politics and fiscal policy. Comparative Political Studies 32( 4): 464– 486.


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Political Philosophy
Mause I
Karsten Mause
Christian Müller
Klaus Schubert,
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