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 JEL GuidePublic EconomicsNational Government Expenditures and Related PoliciesInfrastructures [H54]


  • Public Investment in Belgium - Current State and Economic Impact [26/01/2017]

    Belgian government investment, and specifically the part spent on infrastructure, is relatively low both in historical terms and compared to neighbouring countries. A simulation with the European Commission’s Quest III model suggests that increasing government investment permanently by 0.5% of GDP leads to a growth in GDP, private consumption and private investment. The impact of alternative financing mechanisms is compared. Finally, a budget neutral shift of investment in favour of infrastructure is found to yield significant benefits in terms of GDP and its main components already in the medium run.

    Working Paper 01-17
  • Towards E-Gov in Belgium - Situation in August 2002 [01/11/2002]

    This brief overview will consider e-gov achievements and plans at each policy level, together with the specific organizational and management systems that are being constructed for the purpose of implementing them. E-gov can be considered as a very large object to study. The aim of this paper is not to be exhaustive but to give an overview of the most significant initiatives in the area.

    In Belgium e-gov is not an end in itself but is considered as a tool of the so-called “Copernicus Plan” ( to modernize the public service in order to achieve better service delivery to citizens, better functioning of the civil services and a simplification of administrative burdens.

    Working Paper 10-02
  • E-GOV - Naar een elektronische overheid in België [15/07/2001]

    Working Paper 04-01
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