Supply-side-economics definitions

A theory that holds that reducing taxes is the key to stimulating the economy, especially taxes for businesses and wealthy individuals. As people have more money to spend, they will make investments that benefit everyone. Savings also can be expected to rise. Supply-side economics was popularized in the early 1980s by President Ronald Reagan and often is referred to as Reaganomics. See also trickle down economics.
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A branch of economics that focuses on the supply side of the economy and on tax reductions.
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