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    Are there any lags that are associated with fiscal policy that are not present with monetary policy?

    Is it possible that the levels of unemployment today are the result of government policies?

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    MACROECONOMICS
    Are there any lags that are associated with fiscal policy that are not present with monetary policy?
    From any given perspective, discretionary fiscal policy always has a certain degree of dependence on forecasting. The forecasting in itself gets compromised in terms of accuracy as its period of forecast becomes longer; making the length of the lag with which fiscal policy functions being crucial information. As a result of the lag, the longer it is, then the more necessary to conduct forecasting and the less likely that objectives as set forth by policy actions ...

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    The lags that are associated with fiscal policy that are not present with monetary policy are given.

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