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I don’t think the federal govt is involved enough in directing nationwide education; Lord understands the state and local governments/communities haven’t thought it out yet. Education should be considered a collaborative work between federal and state governments. ME responds – This should not be amazing; when poverty expands, ipso facto, so will spend on poverty. Likewise, if poverty decreases, so will PA assistance spending. However, the reverse holds true also, especially if it is decreased significantly, the poverty rate shall increase.
AND, if poverty is high, significant spending shall decrease it, if properly spent. That is an Increase, not a decrease as you suggest. Yes, let’s not rehash Piketty. I must disagree, the tech downturn barely registered as a recession and some economists won’t to give it that name. It long was 8 weeks, unemployment made to only 6.3%, not significantly above the historic norm too, and GDP “crashed” all of 0.3%; I don’t even discuss it in my own book. And even if you want to call it a recession, it pales in comparison to the 2008 near depression.
ME asks, where is your statistical analysis to that up back; one which shows all of the other variables apart from GDP aren’t significant. The truth is, GDP didn’t get into directly into the model (though it does enter indirectly through other variables. 7 The proportion of the top taxes bracket floor to the cheapest tax bracket threshold.
Adjusted R2 is .958 (adjusted for levels of independence with 80 data points.) and an F-statistic of 2.5E-48, a fairly restricted fitted model. I ran it against 5 pairs of dates and the changes tracked properly in terms of direction and was very close in magnitude, aside from the 2007-2014 pair.
I will upgrade my hub with this shortly. The data from 2000-2006 does show development in the poverty rate. That is my point. Even per capita welfare spending was increasing, therefore was poverty. Yet, the 1990’s noticed shrinking per capita spending on welfare and lower poverty rates. The opposite outcome Precisely.
The income inequality is a meaningless statistic because of all changes in how income has been reported and what is now required to appear on taxes return that didn’t in the past. But I won’t regurgitate that info, as we’ve defeated it to death. The data from 2000-2006, where you reference a 5% increase, I presume you suggest annualized…because the cumulative was much more. And when you add in Medicaid it’s more than that.