A note to those decrying the cuts

\”A fall in the value of the currency plays a key role in softening the impact. The result is consistent with standard Mundell-Fleming theory that fiscal multipliers are larger in economies with fixed exchange rate regimes.\” Exactly.

The corollary of which is that fiscal multipliers are lower in countries with floating exchange rates.

Like the UK.

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