Keynes Who?

Fisher, Daniel
August 2010
Forbes Asia;Aug2010, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p64
The article provides information on the scenario of U.S. government spending's impact on its economy. It states the views of economist Robert Barro regarding such spending describing it to lead towards increased taxes on the people according to the multiplier effect. He also suggests that the government should focus more on spending less to reduce the government debt therefore cutting the pressure on the economy.


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