DDI09-BQ-Tax-Incentives-CP

DDI09-BQ-Tax-Incentives-CP - Tax Incentives Counterplan...

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Tax Incentives Counterplan Dartmouth 2K9 Sandesh 1 Tax Incentives CP- Index Tax Incentives CP- Index. ........................................................................................................................................ 1 Tips/Strats. ............................................................................................................................................................... 2 1NC-Tax Incentives CP. .......................................................................................................................................... 4 1NC-Tax Incentives CP. .......................................................................................................................................... 5 1NC-Tax Incentives CP. .......................................................................................................................................... 6 1NC Tax Incentives CP. .......................................................................................................................................... 7 Solvency- Financial Hurdles/Innovation. ................................................................................................................ 8 Solvency-Tax Credit Incentive Replace Federal Grants. ................................................................................... 9 CP Expands Total Aid. .......................................................................................................................................... 10 Solvency-Solves Poverty Long-term. .................................................................................................................... 11 Solvency-Targets Poor/Successful Welfare. .......................................................................................................... 12 NB: CP Solves Better-Leakage. ............................................................................................................................. 14 NB: CP Solves Better - Bureaucrats. ..................................................................................................................... 15 NB: CP Solves Better- Funding Tradeoff. ............................................................................................................. 16 Federal Spending Trades-off. ................................................................................................................................. 17 Public goods are often provided by both governments and individuals. Benevolent governments may provide public goods to overcome the market's failure; altruistic individuals may likewise do so. The interaction of these two sources of the provision of public goods ultimately affects the overall level of funding. In response to an increase in government spending on a public good or charity, altruistic individuals who care about the total level of the public good may reduce their contributions. Because of this "crowding out" effect, a government choosing to increase funding to a charity by a given amount may actually increase the charity's revenues by only
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DDI09-BQ-Tax-Incentives-CP - Tax Incentives Counterplan...

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