Keynesian

[ US /ˈkeɪnziən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a follower of the economic theories of John Maynard Keynes
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to John Maynard Keynes or to his economic theories
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How To Use Keynesian In A Sentence

  • Paying it back with a gradual increase in progressivity and closing loopholes is well within the realm of Keynesian theory. Matthew Yglesias » Budgeting, Pence-Style
  • This leakage dramatically decreases the effectiveness of any Keynesian stimulus.
  • As in Keynesian theory, the model posits some degree of short-run nominal rigidity. New Keynesian Macro in graphs!
  • When things fall apart, states still turn to Keynesianism.
  • By contrast, Keynesian economists argue that the velocity of circulation is unstable and changes rapidly and may offset changes in the money stock. Collins Dictionary of Economics
  • Until those in Washington turn away from the fraudulent system we have in place due to the universal embracement of keynesian economics it will only continue to get worse. Gregg defends GOP opposition, says Dems moving too far left
  • It is not true that they have tried traditional Keynesian fiscal policy and it hasn't worked.
  • I see 1994 all over again, with the realignment occurring, state by state, as more and more people realize that the democractic Keynesian approach to addressing our ecoonomic troubles is a recipie for disaster. Poll suggests Corzine in trouble
  • Instead, the anti-hyperpower position only gets presented by cranks who think the US strategic position is determined by military keynesianism, or who think that the US strategic position is financially unsustainable. Matthew Yglesias
  • The economist disagrees with his interpretation of events and believes Keynesianism is not the best solution.
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