supply-side

adjective
sup·​ply-side | \ sə-ˈplī-ˈsīd \

Definition of supply-side

: of, relating to, or being an economic theory that reduction of tax rates encourages more earnings, savings, and investment and thereby expands economic activity and the total taxable national income

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supply-sider \ sə-​ˈplī-​ˈsī-​dər \ noun

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1976, in the meaning defined above

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