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The paper I chose to write is regarding the recent 2013 government shutdown in relation to the labor market; specifically the short term vs. long term implications. My hypothesis starts off slightly broad, saying that the shutdown did, in fact, have short term and long term effects upon the labor market. This idea then develops into an educated proposal towards the end saying that perhaps the.
The government shutdown doesn’t mean that the government is failed and all the federal operations of the government will be ceased. On the other hand, the government shutdown means that only the non-essential programs of a government will be ceased and all the workers of these programs are sent to the home. If you don’t have enough idea about the government shutdown, then you can get help.
Government Shutdown: A government shutdown is the closure of nonessential offices of the government due to lack of approval on the federal budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Approval is reached.
From a quick glance, the government shutdown may appear to be related to basically nothing. Just typical disagreements and debates within our completely polarized and divided political system, and you may be right. However, the result of this shutdown could greatly impact the 2020 election.
The FY2014 Government Shutdown: Economic Effects Congressional Research Service 1 Introduction The federal government experienced a funding gap beginning on October 1, 2013, which ended when the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2014 (P.L. 113-46) was signed into law on October 17, 2013. This funding gap resulted in a “government shutdown” and the furlough of federal employees who were not.
The government eventually paid both groups the money owed them, regardless of whether they worked, after Democrats and Republicans reached an agreement on Oct. 16, 2013.
In a famous 1990 essay, Linz observed, “All such systems are based on dual democratic legitimacy: No democratic principle exists to resolve disputes between the executive and the legislature about which of the two actually represents the will of the people.” Presidential systems veered ultimately toward collapse everywhere they were tried, as legislators and executives vied for supremacy.