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Economic Definition of money supply rule. Defined.

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Term money supply rule Definition: A proposed policy that would constrain the growth of the money supply to equal growth of the economy's production capabilities. The logic behind such a rule is to prevent discretionary use of monetary policy, which is often blamed for political business cycles and the resulting problems of inflation and unemployment.

 

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