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role of the federal deficit in the economic growth of depressed regions

John Roger Palmer

role of the federal deficit in the economic growth of depressed regions

a case study of Nova Scotia, 1950-1965

by John Roger Palmer

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Published by Institute of Public Affairs, Dalhousie University in Halifax .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finance, Public -- Nova Scotia,
  • Nova Scotia -- Economic conditions,
  • Regional planning -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesDiscussion paper - Dalhousie University, Institute of Public Affairs, no. 74-02
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHJ795 N6 P35
    The Physical Object
    Pagination58p.
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18492935M

      Trade deficit drags on US economic growth. “It’s another example in a long line of 20 years of examples of where the trade deficit reduces growth,” he .   U.S. federal spending in , combined with depressed receipts from a weak economy, is on track to result in a deficit of $ billion.

    What concerns these economists most is the growing federal deficit -- "the major adverse legacy of the Reagan economic program," as William A. Niskanen, another of Author: John Case.   Every rise of a mere 1 percent in the trade-weighted average of the dollar in fact reduces the U.S. current account balance by $20 to $25 billion, after a lag of two years, cutting economic growth.

    By L. Randall Wray. In Part 1 I argued that Beltway progressives aided and abetted deficit hawk Pete Peterson in his efforts to gut the last remaining vestiges of Roosevelt’s New Deal. By adopting Peterson’s views on government finances, they were unable to provide a progressive alternative to budget cuts. Since Republicans were willing to make a Custer’s Last Stand on . With Congress considering a range of policy reforms that could have significant fiscal costs, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) warns in a new report that America faces serious budgetary challenges that threaten our future economy. On our current path, CBO projects that deficits will reach $ trillion by and total $ trillion over the .


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Federal debt totaled $ trillion at the end of FY, which as a percentage of GDP (%) was its highest value since FY; of that debt, $ trillion (or % of GDP) was held by the public. Over time, persistent budget deficits File Size: 1MB. Deficit: A deficit is the opposite of a surplus: the amount by which a resource falls short of a mark.

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The theory works as follows: A lower budget deficit leads to. Panelists talked about the role of the federal government in creating jobs and stimulating the economy. America Online founder Steve Case in his comments said Congress and President Obama have an.

On most dimensions the U.S. economy appears to be performing well. Output growth has returned to healthy levels, the labor market is firming, and inflation appears to be well controlled.

However, one aspect of U.S. economic performance still evokes concern among economists and policymakers: the nation's large and growing current account deficit.

Sinceannual growth of gross domestic product has averaged about percent. This is less than half the average pace of recoveries from previous recessions in the United States since the end of World War II, according to a recent study by the Congressional Budget Office.

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