Dynamic Scoring: Not so Fast!


Dynamic Scoring: Not so Fast!

April 21, 2006


Using dynamic scoring to weigh the effects of tax and spending proposals poses a high risk that ideological biases will pollute the analysis, senior fellow Rudolph Penner warns in a Ripon Forum commentary. The former director of the Congressional Budget Office also points out that consistent dynamic scoring is logistically impossible given current technology.

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