Macroeconomics and Government Spending

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Macroeconomics and Government Spending
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Abstract2
Current Economic Climate3
Industry Perspectives4
Macroeconomic Theory Applications5
Conclusions9
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Macroeconomics and Government Spending
Abstract
The current economic situation and its relation to government spending are causing both economists and journalistic observers to critically rethink their position on incentives and stimulus packages. The macroeconomics literature demonstrates that providing funds to both consumers and industry has not had the positive impact on expenditures which the government expected. This may be linked to external and global changes in the marginal propensity to consume, as well as mitigating factors in...
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