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CMA1.A9.a. define fiscal policy and distinguish discretionary from non-discretionary fiscal policy CMA1.A9.b. identify the tools of fiscal policy CMA1.A9.c. infer the macroeconomic consequences of both expansionary and contractionary fiscal policies, including the effect on aggregate demand when the level of government spending and/or taxes are changed CMA1.A9.d. interpret the graphical representation of expansionary and contractionary actions CMA1.A9.e. explain the effects of changes in taxation policies, including the effect on the distribution of income and the effect on resource allocation CMA1.A9.f. explain the effects of public expenditure on the economy, including the redistribution of income and the impact on resource allocation CMA1.A9.g. differentiate a budget deficit from a budget surplus CMA1.A9.h. identify means of financing a budget deficit CMA1.A9.i. define and identify built-in stabilizers CMA1.A9.j. demonstrate an understanding of how a progressive tax system acts as a built-in stabilizer CMA1.A9.k. compare and contrast cyclical and structural deficits CMA1.A9.l. define recognition lag and the crowding-out effect CMA1.A9.m. demonstrate an understanding of how inflation can arise from an expansionary fiscal policy CMA1.A9.n. define supply-side fiscal policy CMA1.A9.o. determine the impact that fiscal policies have on a firm (supply, demand, prices, and costs)