Fiscal Policy

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    How Influential Economists Changed Our History

    Find out how these five groundbreaking thinkers laid our financial foundations.
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    The Economics Of Labor Mobility

    Loosening labor restrictions has both good and bad effects for a country and its ...
  3. Examining The Phillips Curve

    Examining The Phillips Curve

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  4. The Causes And Effects Of Credit Shocks

    The Causes And Effects Of Credit Shocks

    These shocks cycle through history. Find out what you need to know to avoid the alarm ...
  5. What Is Fiscal Policy?

    What Is Fiscal Policy?

    Learn how governments adjust taxes and spending to moderate the economy.
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    What You Should Know About The U.S. Bureau of ...

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics' monthly employment figures are a key economic indicator. ...
  1. What is QE3 (quantitative easing)?

    "Quantitative easing" refers to steps that the U.S. Federal Reserve takes in attempting to boost the country's lagging economy. ...
  2. What are austerity measures?

    Austerity measures are attempts to significantly curtail government spending in an effort to control public-sector debt, ...
  3. Which is NOT an element of Keynesian expenditure?

    A. ConsumptionB. Government purchasesC. SavingsD. Net exports Answer: CBusiness investment is the missing element
  4. What is the Keynesian multiplier?

    The Keynesian multiplier was introduced by Richard Kahn in the 1930s. It showed that any government spending brought about ...
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