crowding in


An economic principle in which private investment increases as debt-financed government spending increases. This is caused by government spending boosting the demand for goods, which in turn increases private demand for new output sources, such as factories. This is in contrast to crowding out.

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You may want to try and find a way to make sure that you use crowding in for your companies best interests.

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Everyone was crowding in front of him because they wanted to hear the story about when he was a young businessman.

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After the government expanded its spending on defense activities, a lot of money was invested in my company and we were able to expand our business as a result of the crowding in effect.

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