Fiscal Policy

Business and Economics journal is one of the most accessed indexed journals on Fiscal policy. All the published articles of the journal are included in the following indexing sites: EBSCO Publishing, Google Scholar, Gale, ProQuest and Cabell Publishing Directories. Fiscal policy in economics and political science is the means by which government revenue collection (taxation) and government expenditure (spending) influence the economy. Fiscal policy along with monetary policy influences a nations money supply. Fiscal policy involves the government changing the levels of taxation and government spending in order to influence Aggregate Demand and the level of economic activity. The two main instruments of fiscal policy are changes in the level and composition of taxation and government spending in various sectors. Fiscal policy and monetary policy, both policies are used in various combinations to direct a country economic goals. Business and Economics Journal is published by OMICS Group. OMICS Group started its ride towards knowledge dissemination and research findings on a variety of pure and applied sciences and drawn momentum with 700+ peer-reviewed journals. OMICS Group publishes journals and organizes conferences in the fields of Clinical, Medical, Pharmaceutical, OMICS, Engineering and Life Sciences with the help of 50,000+ editorial board members, serving the requirements of 3.5 readers. OMICS Group has signed an agreement with 150 and more scientific associations across the globe, with a vision to team up and make healthcare and scientific information open access.
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Last date updated on June, 2014