Hillary Clinton’s tax plan under the NCPA’s model of the US economy

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August 22, 2016
National Center for Policy Analysis
by Pamela Villareal  
Posted in Commentary

"Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's tax plan would increase public sector jobs by 49,000 in 2017, but they would come at a cost of 207,000 private sector jobs, according to an analysis by the National Center for Policy Analysis. In 2026, the public sector would gain 54,000 jobs, but 265,000 private sector jobs would be lost. In essence, every government job created by Hillary would eventually cost nearly 5 private sector jobs. Her plan would have other recessionary effects ..." [summary -- full paper available as PDF download] (08/22/16)


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