Definition of Monetarists

1. Noun. (plural of monetarist) ¹



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Definition of Monetarists

1. monetarist [n] - See also: monetarist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monetarists

moneron
moners
monerula
monesia
monesin
monest
monested
monesthetic
monesting
monestrous
monests
monetarily
monetarism
monetarisms
monetarist
monetarists (current term)
monetary
monetary fund
monetary impotence
monetary instrument
monetary policy
monetary resource
monetary standard
monetary system
monetary unit
monetary units
monetary value
moneth
moneths
monetisation

Literary usage of Monetarists

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1. Germany: A Country Study edited by Eric Solsten (1999)
"The monetarists believed that introducing fixed exchange rates would force countries to pursue similar economic policies and that this would make ..."

2. Centralization Or Fragmentation?: Europe Facing the Challenges of Deepening by Andrew Moravcsik (1998)
"And the monetarists argued that locking exchange rates would promote the convergence of real economic structures. On the surface, this looks to be a rather ..."

3. Bound to Be Free by Richard B. McKenzie (1982)
"... a dollar of government demand offset by a dollar reduction in private investment demand. monetarists argue that there is a complete offsetting effect. ..."

4. The Great Depression, 1929-1938: Lessons for the 1980s by Christian Saint-Etienne (1984)
"Allan Meltzer, on behalf of the monetarists, agrees with them on the last point but points out that this certainly does not preclude a major role for money ..."

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