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Fiscal Policy to Combat a Severe Recession
An Automatic Transfer Tax Rebate
An Automatic Temporary Consumption Tax Cut
Fiscal Discipline with NUBAR Normal Unemployment Balanced Budget Rule
A Fiscal Policy Advisory Board
Recent Empirical Studies Relevant to Countercyclical Fiscal Policy
The Tax Rebate in the 1975 Recession
The Tax Rebate in the 2001 Recession
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Page xv - formula flexibility”: Formula Flexibility Formula flexibility refers to an arrangement whereby changes in tax rates and/or expenditure levels are legislated in advance, to go into effect if and when specified changes in income occur. For instance, it might be legislated that income tax rates be reduced or public expenditures raised by x percent if income falls by y percent. (Musgrave 1959,
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