Tag Archives: Fiscal Multipliers

Economic Growth and Military Expenditure: R&D, Consumption, Capture – What Future for Europe?

Before anything else, I want to start by acknowledging the fact that the focus of this article represents a relatively narrow section of what is an enormously interesting, fertile and relevant field of economics with much to contribute to societal welfare and … Continue reading

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On Fiscal Multipliers – General Case and The Eurozone

Although famous structural reforms are on the agenda of the growth debate, attention has returned to the benefits of counter-cyclical fiscal policy during a crisis. This post focuses on this issue, its mechanics and how it can best be pursued … Continue reading

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