Influencia del impuesto predial e ingresos corrientes en la eficiencia fiscal y la actividad económica en Boyacá
Castro Hernandez, Paula Alejandra | 2019-12-09
An adequate fiscal policy allows government spending, investment and public finances at any territorial level to be efficient and consequently allows economic growth levels to increase. At the departmental level, Boyaca is unaware of the influence that municipal tax collection has on the spatial and dimensional dis-tribution of economic activity. This lack of knowledge limits the department to constitute a better regional development policy; therefore, the main objective of this work is to establish measures that assess the relations of the collection of property tax per capita in economic activity and current income per capita in the fiscal efficiency of the region. The information for the development of this work is taken from the DANE Geo Portal and the National Statistical Service (SEN), with all the data from 2016. The methodology used was based on the detection of spatial autocorrelation with the use of the statistician Moran’s I and Geary’s c, spatial econometrics models were included, from which the func-tional relationships were established according to the objective of this work. As main conclusions, it is obtained that the property tax per capita is negatively related with the levels of economic growth and the importance of the increase in current income to improve fiscal efficiency is highlighted.