These results of this study are consistent with another study by Mark Zandi.
Mark Zandi, economist for Moody's Analytics, indicated similar results. Programs like unemployment compensation and for stamps (SNAP) had a multiplier effect, a term used in Keynesian economics, that most tax cuts lack.
Some conservatives were quick to dismiss the Zidar and Zandi's studies, but Zandi worked as economist for John McCain in the 2008 campaign.
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