|Business and Economics Journal is one of the most accessed indexed journals on Discretionary Fiscal policy. All the published articles of the journal are included in the following indexing sites: Google Scholar, EBSCO, Gale, Cabell Publishing Directories and ProQuest.
Discretionary Fiscal policy can be defined as a macroeconomic policy based on the Non-mandatory changes in taxation, spending, or other fiscal activities by a government in response to economic events or changes in economic conditions. It implies government actions above and beyond existing fiscal policies, and often occurs in periods of recession or economic turbulence.
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