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Fiscal Policy in United Kingdom

Fiscal Policy History

Government policy that attempts to influence the level of demand in the economy through government spending and taxation, rather than through interest rates and the money supply. The New Deal in the US during 1930s is a perfect example of trying to stimulate the economy through increasing government spending.

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  • Article Name: Fiscal Policy
  • Author: Asa Briggs
  • Description: Fiscal Policy History Government policy that attempts to influence the level of demand in the economy through government [...]

This entry was last updated: September 22, 2015

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