Definition of Economic policy
1. Noun. A government policy for maintaining economic growth and tax revenues.
Specialized synonyms: Fiscal Policy, New Deal, Control, Perestroika, Protectionism
Lexicographical Neighbors of Economic Policy
Literary usage of Economic policy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Stanley Mordaunt Leathes, Ernest Alfred Benians (1903)
"One nation after another adopted a territorial economic policy, ... The main feature of this territorial economic policy was similar in the case of all ..."
2. Making Markets: Economic Transformation in Eastern Europe and the Post by Shafiqul Islam, Michael Mandelbaum (1993)
"Barry Eichengreen and Marc Uzan, “The Marshall Plan: Economic Effects and Implications for Eastern Europe and the Former USSR,” economic policy 14 (1992). ..."
3. American Problems of Reconstruction: A National Symposium on the Economic by Elisha Michael Friedman (1918)
"B. An Uninterrupted National economic policy.—Apparently the belligerent nations are becoming conscious of the need for a body which can frame and follow a ..."
4. CapitalOttawa (Ont.) Periodicals (1888)
"One has to be thankful to the Government for not doing anything that is basically wrong in respect of economic policy. However, it would be poor consolation ..."
5. Developments in School Finance edited by William J. Fowler, William J. Fowler, Jr. (1998)
"Lawrence Mishel is the research director of the economic policy Institute. ... He edited, Richard Rothstein Lawrence Mishel economic policy Institute ..."
6. Developments in School Finance edited by William J. Fowler, William J. Fowler, Jr. (1998)
"Lawrence Mishel is the research director of the economic policy Institute. ... Prior to his work at the economic policy Institute, Rothstein was a program ..."
7. Modern Germany: Her Political and Economic Problems, Her Policy, Her by J. Ellis Barker (1905)
"But, in his economic policy, he left altogether the traditional course which ... deliberately returned to the economic policy of Oliver Cromwell and Colbert ..."