Document Details

Federal Budget Notes

User Description:
Detailed notes on the topic of "Federal Budget." Features analysis of recent case studies.

Thinkswap Satisfaction Guarantee

Each document purchased on Thinkswap is covered by our Satisfaction Guarantee policy. If you are not satisfied with the quality of any document, or you believe the document was incorrectly described or categorised, Thinkswap will provide a full refund of exchange credits so you can check out another document. For more information please click here.

This student studied:
Claim a Thinkswap Bounty

Do you know if the Subject listed above has changed recently? Click report to earn free Exchange Credits!

Document Information:
18 Pages Partial Study Notes > 2 Years old
Share

1 Ex Credit


Document Screenshots:
Federal Budget Notes
Topics this document covers:
Economy Government United States federal budget Public policy Carbon tax Tax Australian federal budget American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
This is a Partial Set of Study Notes

Partial Study Notes typically cover only single topics of a unit of study or do not cover multiple topics in significant detail. They are generally less than 20 pages in length.

What are Exchange Credits:

Exchange Credits represent the worth of each document on Thinkswap. In exchange for uploading documents you will receive credits. These can then be used to checkout other documents on Thinkswap.

Topics this document covers:
Economy Government United States federal budget Public policy Carbon tax Tax Australian federal budget American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Sample Text:
The federal budget is in place to help Australian citizens understand what the government is doing to improve the lives of its people and it also gives thorough detail of what the government is planning to achieve. For example, it includes what policies the government will be introducing to tackle specific issues e.g. the carbon tax to help fight the environmental harm caused by pollution and whether the government is in an economic downturn (deficit) or economic upturn (surplus). Along with the many aims the government wants to achieve through the budget, an economic surplus is a very important aspect as ...
Similar Documents to Federal Budget Notes

Preliminary Economics - Essay on Government's Role in Reallocating Resources

This student studied:
HSC - Year 11 - Economics

Preliminary Topic 6 - Government and the Economy. This is an essay on the question: Explain the role of the Australian Government in reallocating resources and stabilising economic activity.

3 Ex Credits

View Details

2016 Budget Essay (Fiscal Policy)

This student studied:
HSC - Year 11 - Economics

What is fiscal policy? How is it implemented? How is the Budget used to influence resource allocation, income distribution and economic stability? Refer to the 2016-17 Federal Budget to illustrate your response.

3 Ex Credits

View Details

Nature of the Federal Government’s 2014/15 Budget.

This student studied:
HSC - Year 11 - Economics

Essay response to question "Analyse the nature of the Federal Government’s 2014/15 Budget" including annotated bibliography

3 Ex Credits

View Details

Assessment Task on Federal budget 2016-2017

This student studied:
HSC - Year 11 - Economics

Part 1 Describe the economic outlook for Australia for the 2016-17 financial year. State total revenue and total expenses in the 2016-17 budget. Identify the 3 largest sources of revenue and 3 largest areas of government spending. State the likely budget outcome for 2015-16 and the estimated budget outcome for 2016-17. Identify the fiscal policy stance for 2016-17. Briefly explain two policy changes the government has announced in order to achieve this stance. For one of the changes listed above discuss the likely short term and long term impacts of the policy on individuals, businesses and the Australian economy. Part 2 Write a 2000 word report examining the 2016-17 Federal Budget. 1. Outline the government’s budget objectives 2. Evaluate the effectiveness of the budget in addressing economic challenges 3. The use of taxation and spending in the budget 4. Discuss the influence of one group on government policies

3 Ex Credits

View Details