Government Spending

  1. The U.S. National Spending And Debt

    The U.S. National Spending And Debt

    Just like any average American household, government overspending can carry on for ...
  2. Getting Government Loans

    Getting Government Loans

    Would a government loan provide a more cost-effective way to finance your business? ...
  3. Talk Is Cheap: Campaign Promises And The Economy

    Talk Is Cheap: Campaign Promises And The Economy

    A president's campaign trail promises often come up against economic reality.
  4. How Influential Economists Changed Our History

    How Influential Economists Changed Our History

    Find out how these five groundbreaking thinkers laid our financial foundations.
  5. Cost-Push Inflation Versus Demand-Pull Inflation

    Cost-Push Inflation Versus Demand-Pull Inflation

    Gain a deeper understanding of aggregate supply and demand, forces which raise the ...
  6. Top 6 U.S. Government Financial Bailouts

    Top 6 U.S. Government Financial Bailouts

    U.S. bailouts date all the way back to 1792. Learn how the biggest ones affected ...
  1. Where does stimulus economics come from?

    Depending on which type of economist you talk to, stimulus economics originated from the ideas of either a book published ...
  2. How does the government spend my taxes?

    Where does the government get all of the money it spends? From taxpayers. The government does not have its own money. Its ...
  3. What are the main differences between the Republican and Democratic approaches to ...

    Generally speaking, the Republican Party is considered more business friendly and favors a more limited role of government ...
  4. What are austerity measures?

    Austerity measures are attempts to significantly curtail government spending in an effort to control public-sector debt, ...
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