Who Controls Fiscal Policy?

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Who controls fiscal policy is the person who has the ability to tax and to spend the money. In the United States that fiscal policy would be controlled by The President and Congress.
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The president and congress together
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It starts with the President and trickles down to local government.
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I think that several weeks ago, Professor Greg Mankiw from Harvard joined Mr. Romney's team of economic advisors. He's considered one of the leading economists in the country and
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This varies from country to country. In the UK it´s the chancellor of the Exchequer together with the Bank of England, in Austria and Germany the Finanzminister and the Nationalbank
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The National government controls the fiscal policy. It has its own controls over the fluctuation of the economy and the monetary policies that are set forth.
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