Fiscal and monetary instruments of impact on economic development

  • Mykola Pasichnyi Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics
Keywords: fiscal policy, monetary policy, financial system, macroeconomic stability, economic development


The research subject includes the theoretical basis and mechanism of fiscal and monetary policy coordination. The study aims to justify the conceptual basis of fiscal- monetary policy interactions to ensure economic development. Methods. To achieve the appropriate tasks, we used a set of methods and approaches that helped ensure our investigation's conceptual unity. The systemic and structural approaches, analysis and synthesis methods, comparison, generalization, modeling, and scientific abstraction are applied. Results. In this paper, we improved the theoretical and methodological foundations of fiscal and monetary policy coordination. The author highlighted the necessity to use the institutional approach in that case. Also, we gave practical proposals to develop the system for assessing the effectiveness of the coordination of fiscal and monetary policy. Practical implications. Government economic policy and instruments of its implementation. Conclusions. Empirical experience has shown the advisability of fiscal and monetary policy coordination to ensure sustainable endogenous economic growth. Coordination of government financial policy measures in the context of the economic cycle stages should be based on an institutional approach. The interaction of fiscal and monetary policies should focus on increasing social welfare and the maintenance of long-term macroeconomic stability. The adaptive interaction of monetary and fiscal mechanisms and the improvement of the state's economic system's institutional architectonics contribute to the intensification of business entities' economic activity. Meanwhile, those factors positively influence on economy's competitiveness. The necessity of introducing a system for assessing the effectiveness of the coordination of fiscal and monetary policy determines effective measures of financial regulation at a certain stage of economic development.


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Author Biography

Mykola Pasichnyi, Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics

Doctor in Economics, Associate professor, Professor of Department of Finance

How to Cite
Pasichnyi, M. (2021). Fiscal and monetary instruments of impact on economic development. University Economic Bulletin, (48), 215-224.
Finance, Monetary Circulation and Credit