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

John R. Palmer

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

a case study of Nova Scotia, 1950-1965

by John R. Palmer

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

    Subjects:
  • Public Finance,
  • Economic conditions,
  • Regional planning

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesDiscussion papers. Dalhousie University, Institute of Public Affairs, 74-02, Discussion paper (Dalhousie University. Institute of Public Affairs) -- 74-02.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC 117 N9 P17 1974
    The Physical Object
    Pagination58 p.
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26545803M

    The growth rate of potential output is a function of the growth rates of potential productivity and the labor supply when the economy is at full employment. If potential output growth is about % annually at full employment, then the growth rate in real gross domestic product (GDP) would have to be greater to yield a falling unemployment rate. Under these "current policy" assumptions federal government deficits would rise from percent of GDP in to percent of GDP by To put that in perspective, since World War II, the only time deficits exceeded even 6 percent of GDP was in , during and after the Great Recession.

      In a bid to restore market confidence, the Government has set up a new economic programme that aims to accelerate the pace of deficit reduction. The plan is to eliminate the primary fiscal deficit. In the economic study of the public sector, economic and social development is the process by which the economic well-being and quality of life of a nation, region, local community, or an individual are improved according to targeted goals and objectives.. The term has been used frequently in the 20th and 21st centuries, but the concept has existed in the West for far longer.

    regions registered a fiscal surplus, they are expected to be in deficit by the end of Moreover, averages mask variations, and over two thirds of the regions have a fiscal deficit and many are experiencing growing debt. And the Reserve Fund, expected to be depleted in , is now under severe pressure. We discuss these.   When the economy is depressed and has lots of excess capacity — unemployed workers, vacant offices and storefronts, idle factories — all that extra spending leads to an increase in .


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Deficit Spending and the Debt. Deficit spending should only be used to boost the economy out of a recession. When the GDP growth is in the healthy 2% to 3% range, Congress should restore a balanced budget.

  Otherwise, it creates a frightening debt level. When the debt-to-GDP ratio approaches %, owners of the debt will become concerned.

Large government budget deficits may be warranted at times when the economy is in a downturn, like during the Great Recession that began inin order to stimulate spending and mitigate economic weakness. But large deficits that occur when the economy is at or near its full-capacity raise concerns of increasing costs of borrowing, reduced private capital formation, and potential financial.

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Federal Budget Deficit for June $8 billion; The deficit for June was $ billion larger than the deficit recorded in Juneand the largest monthly deficit ever recorded.

The sharp increase in the June deficit was caused by higher spending and lower revenues, both of which stem in large part from the economic effects of the. The percent deficit forecast for would still be lower than the percent of GDP that the deficit hit during the Great Recession in fiscalbut these CBO forecasts are meant to.

Fiscal Deficit Impact on the Economy. Economists and policy analysts disagree about the impact of fiscal deficits on the economy. Some, such. The federal budget deficit is not an accident. The president and Congress intentionally create it in each fiscal year's budget. That's because government spending drives economic growth.

It's a result of expansionary fiscal policy. Job creation gives more people money to spend, which further boosts growth. Tax cuts also expand the economy.

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federal spending incombined with depressed receipts from a weak economy, is on track to result in a deficit of $ billion. Effects on the fiscal position of economic growth. As already observed in Figures 2, 5 and 6, the shares in GDP of both total government net borrowing and the federal primary deficit rise during recessions (when GDP growth slows down), highlighting the countercyclical role of fiscal policy.

This effect is made clear in all the three models. The deficit is negative whenever the value of outstanding debt falls; a negative deficit is called a surplus. Federal Debt, from the Concise Encyclopedia of Economics.

A good way of judging the size of the federal debt, and hence its likely effect on the economy. Prior tofederal deficits rose then fell, pulling GDP along with them. This reduced deficit spending precipitated the recession ofwhich was cured by increased deficit growth through The increased deficit growth precipitated increased GDP growth, with momentum carrying GDP throughwhen it too began to fall.

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Jonathan Rothwell finds that policymakers are overlooking a. First, to promote economic growth and stability, the federal budget must be put on a sustainable long-run path.

The federal budget deficit, which averaged about 9 percent of GDP during the past three fiscal years, is likely to narrow in coming years as the economic recovery leads to higher tax revenues and lower income support payments.

Byfederal spending had risen to % of GDP from % of GDP three years earlier, while the budget deficit, virtually non-existent inhad risen to almost 3% of GDP. During the post-war years, the CEPPI indicator records nearly twenty years of low inflation, unemployment, modest deficits and rapid growth with only one exception.

- The U.S. federal government, which had almost $15 trillion in debt in "Losers" one of the roles of the central bank is to provide loans to distressed financial institutions.

in economics, the term for this is: match the challenge to economic growth that each of the 3 different types of economies face. each label is used only once. The concept of deficit spending as economic stimulus is typically credited to the liberal British economist John Maynard Keynes.

In his. The federal government's role in providing electricity to rural areas is an example of the pact that A. Government monopolies depressed economic growth B. Lowered the federal funds rate C.

Made budget deficits illegal.role of federal government loans. The consolidated regional budget registered a primary surplus of percent of GDP in And as Part 3 of the report discusses in detail, Russian regions have weathered the slowdown in the economy fairly well in the recent past – showcasing low deficits and broadly moderate debt levels.

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