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Dynamic Scoring: The Time is Now

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Dynamic Scoring: The Time is Now

by WILLIAM W. BEACH

It is hard to find any serious economist who would argue that the federal government’s tax and spending policies make no difference to U.S. economic performance.

Indeed, all across the political spectrum and throughout the leading schools of economic thought, a broad consensus exists that what governments do with tax dollars and how they raise those revenues matters in the larger, dynamic, economic world.

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Dynamic Scoring: Not So Fast!

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Dynamic Scoring: Not So Fast!

by RUDOLPH G. PENNER

They are frustrated because formal revenue loss estimates used by Congress during the budget process ignore revenues recouped from the increase in economic activity which occurs as a result of the pro-growth tax cuts.

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