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Fig. 50 Dynamic analysis. An increase in export demand raises AGGREGATE DEMAND from AD1 to AD2 and results in an increase in the equilibrium level of national income from Y1 to Y2. In moving from Y1 to Y2, a number of steps are involved. The initial increase in exports raises aggregate demand from A to B and produces an increase in real output from B to C. This extra output creates, via the MULTIPLIER EFFECT, additional income and expands aggregate demand further from C to D. The extra spending in turn produces an increase in real output from D to E. These movements continue until a new equilibrium position is reached at point H.

dynamic analysis

a method of economic analysis that traces out the path of adjustment from one state of EQUILIBRIUM to another. Consider, for example, the effects of a change of the export demand on the EQUILIBRIUM LEVEL OF NATIONAL INCOME. See COMPARATIVE STATIC EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS, DISEQUILIBRIUM.
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Even with aggressive dynamic scoring, the amended tax code is going to add to the national debt.
Dynamic scoring allows policymakers to assume an incremental growth impact, and more tax revenue, from the reduced tax rate that can be used to offset the cost of lowering the rate.
Dynamic scoring by the Congressional Budget Office could also help both the American public and policy makers get a better grip on the real costs and benefits of large-scale policy changes.
This funding request supports the current full-time equivalent (FTE) level of 237, and an additional four analysts devoted to the areas of health care policy, dynamic scoring requirements, and appropriations.
Not a static CBO score, or a Joint Tax Committee score, but dynamic scoring.
So, there's lead time necessary to recognize economic growth, on both sides, and you're right, maybe on the spending, a) do they recognize any dynamic scoring at all?
In those two specific areas, the foundation states on its website that the principles of tax policy include benefits from comprehensive, pro-growth reform, as well as dynamic scoring of tax changes and how those considered changes affect the public good.
In the second paper, Douglas Elmendorf lays out the case that not doing dynamic scoring is no more appropriate than ignoring microeconomic reallocations that proposed legislation would likely cause, which have long been considered in budgetary assessments.
Offensively, Crowley and Mason have teamed up to form one of the more dynamic scoring duos in the region.
In practice, however, most states that have attempted dynamic fiscal notes--such as California, Colorado and New Mexico--have found them to be impractical and imprecise, given the limitations of dynamic scoring.
He left knowing that whoever he picks, his hopes of World Cup glory could be abruptly ended by the dynamic scoring touch of Luis Suarez.
We include dynamic scoring to provide a richer view of the policy interactions.

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