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expansionary

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexpansionaryex‧pan‧sion‧a‧ry /ɪkˈspænʃənəri $ -ʃəneri/ adjective formal  encouraging a business or economy to become bigger and more successful expansionary fiscal policy
Examples from the Corpus
expansionaryNot surprisingly, expansionary demand management policies will be successful in reducing Keynesian unemployment.Suppose there is a rise in aggregate demand brought about by an expansionary fiscal policy.An expansionary monetary policy is even less reliable.Admittedly we also noted how hollow this observation rang in view of the fact that expansionary policies would entail accelerating inflation.At times firms may hesitate to respond to an expansionary policy fearing that it will be reversed soon.
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