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Macroeconomic Themes:61 Taxing and Spending
3 Why Does the Tax Ratio Go Up and Down?
8 Why There is a Deficit or Surplus Cycle in the Current Budget?
Macroeconomic Themes:69 Why is the Net Public Sector Investment Declining in the UK? (Source Navidata3)
Macroeconomic Themes:610 How much should be the tax rate to maximise the government revenue ?
Macroeconomic Themes:611 A Simple Laffer Curve Model:A Numerical Example
Macroeconomic Themes:612 How much should a government spend and how should tax revenue and government expenditure behave over the cycle?
Macroeconomic Themes:613 Keynesian Balanced budget multiplier argument
Macroeconomic Themes:614 Keynesian Built in stabiliser approach
Macroeconomic Themes:615 Macreoconomic controversy: Crowding-Out or Not?
Macroeconomic Themes:616 Financing budget deficit by an inflation tax
Macroeconomic Themes:617 Financing budget deficit by an inflation tax
Macroeconomic Themes:620 References
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