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There are three major versions of the hypothesis: "weak", "semi-strong", and "strong". Weak EMH claims that prices on traded assets ( e.g., stocks , bonds , or property) already reflect all past publicly available information . Semi-strong EMH claims both that prices reflect all publicly available information and that prices instantly change to reflect new public information. Strong EMH additionally claims that prices instantly reflect even hidden or "insider" information. There is evidence for and against the weak and semi-strong EMHs, while there is powerful evidence against strong EMH. ...
If the government runs a fiscal deficit now, that may mean that future taxes increase. The expectation of those future taxes may reduce the expected after-tax marginal return to current investment. That may reduce current investment, and may offset some of the effects of the fiscal deficit on aggregate demand. This mechanism for crowding out is distinct from any Ricardian effects on consumption, and distinct from any effect of fiscal deficits on interest rates or monetary policy. Brad De Long says that Greg Mankiw should have done a back-of-the-envelope calculation to get a sense of how ... Read More
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