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Prepared by Papa N’Diaye (Ext. 39751) and Steven Dunaway (Ext. 37343).
In these simulations the linear specification of the risk premium is used. In addition to the risk premium channel, output costs arise from the negative effects of the fiscal adjustments on aggregate demand. Individual consumers have model-consistent expectations about their future after-tax income streams, but have also finite lives.