Business, 28.02.2020 01:18, quee31

Suppose the economy had been producing at potential GDP but now is in recession. Which of the following are discretionary fiscal policies that could bring the economy closer to potential GDP?
Check all that apply.
O A reduction in government purchases
O A tax hike
O Additional spending on national park facilities
O A tax cut

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