monetarist

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n monetarist an advocate of the theory that economic fluctuations are caused by increases or decreases in the supply of money
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Usage


In news:

His monetarist economic ideas are a deadweight burden on the shoulders of Menachem Begin and the Israeli economy.
Instead of staying the monetarist course, Volcker's successor as Fed chairman, Alan Greenspan, too often preferred to manage the economy--a fatal conceit, a monetarist would say.
Schwartz put 10 years of detective work into the project, which helped found the monetarist theory of economics.
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In science:

In the period from 1960’s until the monetarist experiment in the beginning of the 1980’s interest rates had a significant long-range dependence behavior.
Econophysics of interest rates and the role of monetary policy
We would also like to test whether there is an influence of the monetarist experiment conducted in the beginning of the Volcker administration.
Econophysics of interest rates and the role of monetary policy
We see that interest rates were quite persistent in the monetarist experiment in the beginning of the Volcker administration.
Econophysics of interest rates and the role of monetary policy
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