Fiscal Policy

Reference book: Gwartney, J. A., Stroup, R. L., Sobel, R. L., & Macpherson, D. A. (2018). Macroeconomics: Private and public choice (16th ed.). Retrieved from https://www.cengage.com

 

  • Read Chapters 9, 11 and 12 of Macroeconomics: Private and Public Choice.

There are two parts to this discussion.

Part 1

In your own words define and explain fiscal policy. List the pros and cons for the fiscal policy you selected. Include supply-side economics in your explanation. As you think through your answer, remember the government may exercise expansionary or restrictive fiscal policy.

Part 2

Research one specific real-life example of a fiscal policy and explain its overall impact on the economy. In your example, discuss any political influences.

 

Your initial response should be a minimum of 200 words. Support your response with at least two scholarly and/or credible resources in addition to the text.

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Fiscal Policy

Reference book: Gwartney, J. A., Stroup, R. L., Sobel, R. L., & Macpherson, D. A. (2018). Macroeconomics: Private and public choice (16th ed.). Retrieved from https://www.cengage.com

 

  • Read Chapters 9, 11 and 12 of Macroeconomics: Private and Public Choice.

There are two parts to this discussion.

Part 1

In your own words define and explain fiscal policy. List the pros and cons for the fiscal policy you selected. Include supply-side economics in your explanation. As you think through your answer, remember the government may exercise expansionary or restrictive fiscal policy.

Part 2

Research one specific real-life example of a fiscal policy and explain its overall impact on the economy. In your example, discuss any political influences.

 

Your initial response should be a minimum of 200 words. Support your response with at least two scholarly and/or credible resources in addition to the text.

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Fiscal Policy

  • Read Chapters 9, 11 and 12 of Macroeconomics: Private and Public Choice.
  • Reference Book: Gwartney, J. A., Stroup, R. L., Sobel, R. L., & Macpherson, D. A. (2018). Macroeconomics: Private and public choice (16th ed.). Retrieved from https://www.cengage.com

There are two parts to this discussion.

Part 1

In your own words define and explain fiscal policy. List the pros and cons for the fiscal policy you selected. Include supply-side economics in your explanation. As you think through your answer, remember the government may exercise expansionary or restrictive fiscal policy.

Part 2

Research one specific real-life example of a fiscal policy and explain its overall impact on the economy. In your example, discuss any political influences.

Your initial response should be a minimum of 200 words. Support your response with at least two scholarly and/or credible resources in addition to the text.

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Fiscal Policy

  • Read Chapters 9, 11 and 12 of Macroeconomics: Private and Public Choice.
  • Reference Book: Gwartney, J. A., Stroup, R. L., Sobel, R. L., & Macpherson, D. A. (2018). Macroeconomics: Private and public choice (16th ed.). Retrieved from https://www.cengage.com

There are two parts to this discussion.

Part 1

In your own words define and explain fiscal policy. List the pros and cons for the fiscal policy you selected. Include supply-side economics in your explanation. As you think through your answer, remember the government may exercise expansionary or restrictive fiscal policy.

Part 2

Research one specific real-life example of a fiscal policy and explain its overall impact on the economy. In your example, discuss any political influences.

Your initial response should be a minimum of 200 words. Support your response with at least two scholarly and/or credible resources in addition to the text.

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