inflationism


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in·fla·tion·ist

 (ĭn-flā′shə-nĭst)
n.
An advocate of the policy of deliberate inflation achieved by increasing the supply of available currency and credit.

in·fla′tion·ism n.
in·fla′tion·ist adj.

inflationism

(ɪnˈfleɪʃəˌnɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the advocacy or policy of inflation through expansion of the supply of money and credit
inˈflationist n, adj

in•fla•tion•ism

(ɪnˈfleɪ ʃəˌnɪz əm)

n.
the advocacy of certain inflationary policies, as expanding the money supply and credit, as a way of stimulating the economy.
[1915–20]
in•fla′tion•ist, n.

inflationism

the quality of advocating economic inflation. — inflationist, n.
See also: Economics
Translations

inflationism

[ɪnˈfleɪʃənɪzəm] Ninflacionismo m

inflationism

nInflationspolitik f
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Kant on the Laws of Nature: Restrictive Inflationism and Its Philosophical Advantages, JAMES KREINES
To put Place's ideas in correct perspective I look at economic thinking in the West, as it was the foremost source of inspiration for the Romanian elites, and I follow authors such as Smith (1990) or Huerta de Soto (2010), who discuss XIX century banking theories through the filter of a couple of binomial concepts: central banking versus free banking and inflationism versus restrictionism, with the latter being more precisely defined as 100% reserves versus fractional reserves.
Moreover, Mises held that only fixed exchange rates are compatible with a genuine democracy, and that the inflationism behind flexible exchange rates is essentially antidemocratic: