Monetarism had its heyday in the early 1980s, when economists, governments and investors eagerly jumped at every new money supply statistic. In the years that followed, however, monetarism fell out of favor with economists, and the link between different measures of money supply and inflation proved to be less clear than most monetarist theories had suggested. Many central banks today have stopped setting monetary targets and instead have adopted strict inflation targets.
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monetarism — mon‧e‧ta‧ris‧m [ˈmʌntərɪzm ǁ ˈmɑː ] noun [uncountable] ECONOMICS the idea that an economy can be controlled by its central bank influencing the money supply (= amount of money in the economy at a particular time). For example, the central bank… … Financial and business terms
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