May 03, 2013 at 10:35 AM EDT
Immigration, Dynamic Scoring, and CBO
Immigration policy poses an unusual challenge for the Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation. If Congress allows more people into the United States, our population, labor force, and economy will all get bigger. But CBO and JCT usually hold employment, gross domestic product (GDP), and other macroeconomic variables constant when making their budget [...] View the full post at: Immigration, Dynamic Scoring, and CBO Related posts: A Return to a Nasty External Dynamic? How Will We Pay for the Health Care Plan? (Part I) Little Hoovers, Part-Time Employment, and Me
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