April 21, 2011 Reading Time: < 1 minute

“A transparent budget proposal—such as the Administration’s first 2012 Budget presented by President Obama on February 14 or the House Budget presented by Paul Ryan on April 6—contains year-by-year tables showing the proposed path for government outlays over time. These are needed to estimate the economic impact of a budget and assess its credibility.” Read more

“Why a Lack of Transparency in the Administration’s Budget II Is a Problem” 
John B. Taylor 
Economics One, April 15, 2011. 

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