cost–push

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noun \ˈkȯs(t)-ˌpu̇sh\

Definition of cost–push

  1. :  an increase or upward trend in production costs (as wages) that tends to result in increased consumer prices irrespective of the level of demand — compare demand-pull

cost–push

adjective

1951

First Known Use of cost–push

1951


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