Say's Law

noun \ˈsāz-\
variants: or

Say's law

Definition of Say's Law

  1. :  a statement in economics: production creates not only the supply of goods but also the demand for them

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Origin and Etymology of say's law

after Jean Baptiste Say †1832 French economist

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