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  • Economics
    Let me start by talking a little bit about typical answers to this question. I will then move on to address your specific suggestions. The most typical answer to a question like this would simply...

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  • Social Sciences
    First of all, it is not at all clear that the “truth” is that taxes will need to be raised on all earners. In the current political climate, it is just as likely that taxes will not be raised...

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  • Economics
    Different economists will give different answers to this. Let us look at some of the most common answers. Typically, fiscal policy is said to affect GDP by affecting aggregate demand (AD). When...

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  • Social Sciences
    To understand when the government should use each of these kinds of fiscal policy, look at their names. The government should use expansionary fiscal policy when it wants the economy to expand....

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  • Social Sciences
    The difference between expansionary and contractionary fiscal policy is that one is meant to make the economy expand and the other is meant to make it slow down. Another way to think of it is that...

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  • Social Sciences
    There is no way to know the answer to this question from an objective point of view. There are at least two reasons for this. First of all, it is hard to know objectively what is good for the...

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  • Social Sciences
    The term “fiscal cliff” was used to refer to tax increases and spending cuts that were due to take place on January 1, 2013. The word “fiscal” was used because taxes and spending are parts...

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  • Social Sciences
    What weakens the multiplier effect of government expenditures is when people save “too much” money. The multiplier is biggest when people spend almost all of what they get from the government....

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  • Fiscal Policy
    One of the major worries of contractionary fiscal policies is that they may throw countries back into recession. This has been one of the most hotly debated issues concerning the ongoing Euro-zone...

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