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Definition of Reflationary
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Literary usage of Reflationary
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1. Government Versus Trade Unionism in British Politics Since 1968 by Gerald Allen Dorfman (1979)
"Jones also insisted that the Government make an additional commitment to resume reflationary economic policies and the extension of social programmes at the ..."
2. Globalisation, Poverty and Inequality by Richard Kohl (2003)
"He added that recovery following the 1997 crisis was more robust in Malaysia and South Korea. which followed more reflationary policies, unlike Indonesia ..."
3. OECD Economics Glossary: English-French = Glossaire de L'économie de L'OCDE by Oecd, SourceOECD (Online service) (2006)
"... reflationary budget budget de relance [BUD] selling and distribution cost budget budget prévisionnel des frais de vente et de distribution [GES] ..."
4. Germany: A Country Study edited by Eric Solsten (1999)
"In 1978 Chancellor Helmut Schmidt (1974-82) committed West Germany to a more reflationary policy, to his later regret. Seven years later, Chancellor Helmut ..."
5. Japan, Disincorporated: The Economic Liberalization Process by Leon Hollerman (1988)
"Moreover, in the recession following the oil crisis of 1973, the government's reflationary efforts produced enormous budgetary deficits. ..."
6. Computer Science Research Activities in Asia: Software Technology and by David K. Kahaner (1994)
"The Japanese can avoid it by following reflationary policies now. Thank you. Senator CHAFEE. Well, that is medicine we do not usually hear here. ..."
7. Corporate Governance in Asia: A Comparative Perspective by OECD Staff, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope (2001)
"... at imposition of the new regime of capital controls was mildly reflationary from mid-98 but the stance of monetary policy was still contractionary. ..."
8. Insolvency Systems in Asia: An Efficiency Perspective by Oecd (2001)
"... of policy at the imposition of capital controls was mildly reflationary from mid-1998, but the stance of monetary policy was still contractionary. ..."