Discretionary Fiscal Policy Effectiveness, Macroeconomics

Discretionary fiscal policy will stabilize the economy most when:
A.) deficits are incurred during recessions and surpluses during inflations
B.) the budget is balanced each year
C.) deficits are incurred during inflations and surpluses during recessions
D.) budget surpluses are continuously incurred
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