of or relating to an economic policy that treats consumer demand as the chief determinant of the economy.
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- de·mand-sid·er, noun
- Compare supply-side.
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How to use demand-side in a sentence
A demand-side cut rests on the Keynesian theory that public consumption spurs economic activity.Ryan on Kennedy (and Reagan) (Oh: and the One He Didn’t Mention) | Michael Tomasky | October 12, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
On the demand side, the number of pleasure-seeking, dim-witted young adults who have not been touched by mortality is endless.
Even if you discount the supply-side problems with a Hillary primary challenge, there is a massive demand-side problem.
Corresponding to utility on the demand side is cost of production on the supply side.Supply and Demand | Hubert D. Henderson
Capital would still have value, but its valuation from the demand side would rest on a different basis.Distributive Justice | John A. (John Augustine) Ryan