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Is the bill in Congress now a strong-form stimulus or a weak-form stimulus?
We're now in a weak-form type of world where they've reached the end their line in terms of what they legitimately and logically can accomplish, absent some type of maverick behaviour on the part of the Fed - which isn't going to happen.
Even were one to grant the Keynesians their argument, this is a very mushy, weak-form stimulus.
Regarding Gallerkin formulation, as I mentioned before, a discrete variational formulation and Gallerkin formulation are equivalent (just like a variational formulation, weak-form are equivalent).