New Classical Critiques

The New Classical Critiques blog is dedicated to providing in-depth analyses of new classical economic theories and policies. The posts will be written by a team of talented students from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. This post examines the theory that an increase in government spending has no effect on output, and shows how this idea may not apply under certain circumstances.

The article discusses two different types of evidence supporting the view that increased government spending can stimulate production: studies based on aggregate data, and studies based on individual level data. Overall, these findings show that more research needs to be done before we dismiss any significant effects from increased government spending. In our next post, we’ll examine what kind of stimulus packages are most effective at boosting GDP growth

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Thank you for reading! For more information about this blog hop or any other related topics, please check out the ” Links We Love ” page on our blog. This post is part of the 2019 edition of our Classics Book Club Blog Hop . During this year’s event we will be exploring the theme of “Classics Together: Different Perspectives

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