Budgetary Reform Process

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The discussion in relation to policy and policy implementation is one that revolves around a major primary issue that is known as legislation. In other words, policies are basically pieces of legislation that are enforced and put into place through an effective process of implementation. At this juncture, it is critical to note that the process of law enforcement is one that also comes with its own costs that need to be met by the same government that fosters the implementation of the same. Certain enforcement processes would require the hiring of new workers in order to effectively meet the desired objectives of the legislation (Beadle, 2013). Besides, there are other enforcement processes that would require compensation of the state and local…show more content…
In the event that this difference is positive, then it follows that it positively affects the budgetary reform process. On the other hand, in the event that this difference is negative, then it follows that it negatively affects the budgetary reform process. In addition, this is an impact that also depends on other factors such as the impact of the immigrant population on the labor market, the eligibility process and so on and so forth. While young and skilled migrants are likely to contribute positively to the economy through the fact that they are a productive force in the economy, the elderly population is likely to pressurize government expenditure. From this arises a very important issue regarding the long term fiscal effects of the immigration policy. The deduction in this case is that in the next 50 or so years, the net pressure of immigration would in fact reduce pressure on government debt. Simply put, it will reduce the government’s budgetary allocation towards immigration (Preston, 2013). The intuition behind this is that the immigrant population will consist of individuals of working age and this is a population that is more productive to the government as opposed to being a liability. At the end of the day, the impact would be a positive contribution in terms of reducing government expenditure and increasing budgetary reform. Though this is a long term postulation, it still serves to impact on the process of budget reform. The main idea here is that since the impact of immigration policy on the budgetary reform process is a result of the difference that exists between the financial contributions of the immigrant population and the cost of the federal benefits that they receive in turn, the impact on the
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