(plural Goldilocks economies)
The first use of this phrase is credited to David Shulman of Salomon Brothers, who wrote The Goldilocks Economy: Keeping the Bears at Bay in March 1992.
goldilocks economy - Investment & Finance Definition
A term coined during the mid-1990s, when the economy was neither growing too quickly nor too slowly. Many give credit to the U.S. Federal Reserve for producing a monetary policy that encouraged growth but kept inflation in check.