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fiscal policy, its limits, and its impact on the overall eco

What's the fiscal policy? Which factors limit its effect ( i.e. crowding out, the impacts of financing government's spending) . Why you would advocate either expansionary or contractionary policy under recession, and growth. Please discribe your position on expansionary policy and Contractionary policy. If niether, why? Describe the intended impact of the policy on the consumer, business, and the economy overall.

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Graduate discussion on fiscal policy, its limits, and its impact on the overall economy.
What's the fiscal policy?
Fiscal policy refers to government action of increasing or decreasing its spending, and making changes in taxation to affect the economy.
Which factors limit its effect ( i.e. crowding out, the impacts of financing government's spending)
The factors that limit its effect are that when the government finances its spending with the issue of government bonds, there is an increase in the interest rates in the market. The government bonds increase the demand for credit and this prevents the private borrowers from getting access to funds. This is called the crowding out effect.
The other limitation is that an increase in ...

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