Tax Cuts and Economic Revival


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Tax Cuts and Economic Revival
This paper examines how tax cuts can help revive the economy according to prevailing economic theories. It will consider Keynesian and Classical economic perspectives, including the relationships of tax cuts with fiscal policy, aggregate demand, and tax multiplier effects.
Tax Cuts and Keynesianism
According to Riley, Keynesians believe that when an economy is operating well below its full capability a fiscal policy can have large, lasting effects on aggregate demand, employment and output ADDIN ZOTERO_ITEM {"citationID":"27htlbn5bu","citationItems":[{"suppress-author":true,"uri":[""]}]} (2006). Van
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