Explain why the government spending component of GDP falls short of actual (total) government outlays or expenditures?
The government spending component of Gross Domestic Product falls short of total government expenditure because GDP measures the amount spent on goods and services. It does not, therefore, include transfer payments made by the government, such as social security.
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