demand side economics

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A theory of economics created by John Maynard Keynes, stating that the economy is driven by total demand from the government, businesses, and households. Demand Side Economics states that recessions can be avoided or fixed by stimulating demand through government actions aimed at boosting investment and spending by consumers and businesses. Also called Keynesianism.

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You should try and figure out if there is a way to make demand side economics work for your greater good.

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The demand side economics school of thought provides keen insight into the relationships between the consumers and the overall market.

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The Democratic presidential candidate promised his constituents that he would put an end to this recession by using demand side economics.

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