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Fiscal policy. The legislative and executive branches of government control fiscal policy. In the United States, this is the President's administration (mainly the Treasury Secretary) and the Congress that passes laws. Policy-makers use fiscal tools to manipulate demand in the economy. For example:
The Answer is D. Private Investment. Private Investment is not a fiscal policy tool. Note that fiscal policy is a tool of the government.
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Monetary Policy Lag # 3. Legislative Lag: Unlike fiscal policy changes, which occur only once a year, monetary policy changes occur at least twice a year or, in some countries, three to four times a year. So an important advantage of monetary policy is the short legislative lag. Monetary policy changes can be legislated quickly.
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