Demand-Led Growth

Demand-Led Growth

Demand-Led growth is a theory in Macroeconomic Growth Theory which is based on the Keynesian principle of effective demand. Under demand-led growth, the capacity of the economy to supply output expands in response to an increase in the level of effective demand, which is the inverse of classical growth theory (which relies on Say's Law).


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