Some articles on spending:

Spend Analysis
... can generate answers to the crucial questions affecting their spending, including What am I really spending? With whom am I spending it? Am I getting what’s been ...
Contraction (economics) - Government Responses
... may advocate increased government spending to spark economic growth ... Keynesians argue that fiscal policy, tax cuts or increased government spending, will work when monetary policy fails ... Spending is more effective because of its larger multiplier but tax cuts take effect faster ...
Spending Wave
... In the economics of demography, the term spending wave refers to the economic effect of departure of children from the home ... level of such family change then an economic decline follows from reduced spending overall. 100 consultant, has popularized the baby-boomer spending wave theory ...
American Recovery And Reinvestment Act Of 2009
... The Act included direct spending in infrastructure, education, health, and energy, federal tax incentives, and expansion of unemployment benefits and other social welfare provisions ... during recessions, the government should offset the decrease in private spending with an increase in public spending in order to save jobs and stop further ... because it did not "even cover one third of the (spending) gap" ...
Military-industrial Complex - Current Applications
... According to SIPRI, total world spending on military expenses in 2009 was $1.531 trillion US dollars ... Adding emergency discretionary spending and supplemental spending brings the sum to $651.2 billion ... Overall the United States government is spending about $1 trillion annually on defense-related purposes ...

Famous quotes containing the word spending:

    We can’t forever be spending our lives paying for political follies that never gave us anything but always took from us, and I am content with the narrowest metes and bounds provided I have peace and quiet for work.
    Stefan Zweig (18811942)

    I have been spending my first night in an American “summer hotel,” and I despair of the Republic! Such dreariness, such whining callow women, such utter absence of the amenities, such crass food, crass manners, crass landscape!... What a horror it is for a whole nation to be developing without a sense of beauty, and eating bananas for breakfast.
    Edith Wharton (1862–1937)

    The city is always recruited from the country. The men in cities who are the centres of energy, the driving-wheels of trade, politics or practical arts, and the women of beauty and genius, are the children or grandchildren of farmers, and are spending the energies which their fathers’ hardy, silent life accumulated in frosty furrows in poverty, necessity and darkness.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)