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1. Of, relating to, or being an economic theory holding that increased availability of money for investment, achieved through reduction of taxes especially in the higher tax brackets, will increase productivity, economic activity, and income throughout the economic system.
2. Of or relating to the supply of a good or service, as opposed to the demand for it: Drought and other supply-side problems are driving up the price of corn.

supply side n.
sup·ply′-sid′er n.


of or denoting the hypothesis in economics that reduced taxes will stimulate investment and economic growth.
Compare demand-side.
supply′-sid`er, n.


[səˈplaɪˌsaɪd] ADJ supply-side economicseconomía f de oferta
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It's true whether you are liberal or conservative, populist or mainstream, a Keynesian or a supply-sider. Even Trump and all his deal making can't change that.
During his New Year address, Hollande turned into a rhetorical supply-sider, making the case for cutting taxes and public spending, improving competitiveness, and creating a more investor-friendly climate.
The Midwestern kid was guided by what David Stockman calls "Irving Kristol's ex-Trotskyites" turned neo-cons; Jack Kemp, the cheery supply-sider who actually cared about the disadvantaged, and by one of Kemp's favourite authors, Russian emigre and cult leader Ayn (pronounced like swine, as she used to say) Rand.
Munson's background is that the author worked as a researcher for CNBC host and devoted supply-sider Larry Kudlow and as an editor at Commentary magazine."
The original supply-sider in the modern era was John F.
Once famous for being reflexively dirigiste, France now has a born-again supply-sider in Nicolas Sarkozy who wants to offer tax incentives that reward employees for work and businesses to invest.
Boskin is basically a supply-sider who was considered one of the more conservative White House aides during the first Bush presidency.
Congress and say, "Wow, what were they thinking?" Only a decade ago, the idea of lowering trade barriers was considered a bit radical, political heresy and the province of supply-sider economists.
But when he turns his attention to the economy, he presents himself as an orthodox, Reaganite supply-sider on taxes (in the finest libertarian tradition, he calls it a "freedom issue") and as a proponent of George W.
To a supply-sider government is a kind of business.
Senator from Kansas is a proud member of the rightist Catholic cult Opus Dei and a culture warrior and supply-sider of the first degree.
One character refers to another as a "supply-sider," and indeed, it's tempting to look at Freeman's megaskyscraper, with its grotty, miasmic lower floors, as a deadpan literalization of the notion of trickledown economics.