The National Income Between Monetary and Fiscal Actions

Andersen and Jordan (1968) and Andersen (1971) argued that fiscal actions have a negligible effect on nominal income and can not sustain a stable and balanced economic growth. Also, they argued, along with other researchers who have embraced monetarism ideas from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, that the budget deficit presents negativeeffects in the economy that limit private investment. In this article, we analyzed the empirical relationship that is established between the tax actions and the long and short term national income in the U.S. economy and the economies of Eurozone.
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Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania


Alin Opreana, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Sibiu

Article History

Received: November 20, 2013
Accepted: December 21, 2013
Available Online: December 28, 2013

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Opreana, A., 2013. The National Income Between Monetary and Fiscal Actions. Expert Journal of Finance, 1(1), pp.28-32

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