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"Spending Cuts Will Hit the Vulnerable Hardest – So Find Another Way!" by Andrew Watt | Social Europe 20101130


  1. Are austerity measures – by which I mean discretionary policy changes to reduce government spending or raise revenue with the aim of reducing government borrowing and debt – necessary?
  2. If so, what should be the balance between increases on the revenue side and cuts on the spending side?
  3. Given the size of cuts on the spending side, to what extent should they be focussed on ‘welfare’ as opposed to other spending categories?
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