...by the GDP as: GDP = Consumer Spending + Government Spending + Investments...already robust enough to absorb a massive cut in government spending is up for debate.
2 Answers · Social Science · 21/02/2011
Any increase in spending increases the deficit. Any reduction in taxes increases...
1 Answers · Social Science · 12/06/2008
...traditional meaning of the word: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Government_spending#Federal_Spending
1 Answers · Social Science · 06/08/2009
The fed does not spend it controls the money supply and interest rates which is ...the federal efforts to end the recession. That is why federal stimulus bill provides money for states, they do not what them...
1 Answers · Social Science · 21/03/2009
... the economy worse, then it would be all the more important to have the federal spending to prevent things from getting worse. 3. The total Federal...
2 Answers · Social Science · 11/11/2009
1. spending multiplier=1/1-0.8=5 The change in GDP=5x1=$5trillion. 2. if it increase taxes=$1 multiplier=0.8/0.2=4. It will reduce GDP=$4,so the GDP still increases=$1trillion.
3 Answers · Social Science · 24/12/2012
Federal spending has a lot of economic repercussions. The... about $1.3 trillion to the economy, and you factor in federal and local taxes, I'd guess we will probably be...
2 Answers · Social Science · 02/03/2009
Spending will increase, deficit will increase. Social Security will have taxes increased, benefits cut, and retirement age extended to 70.
1 Answers · Social Science · 21/01/2012
.../usbudget/fy97/pdf/guide.pdf That means that well over 60% of the federal budget was (and is) for transfer payments. In 1997, the...
3 Answers · Social Science · 08/10/2010
- related to federal spending