Definition of Keynesian in English:

Keynesian

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Pronunciation /ˈkānzēən/ /ˈkeɪnziən/

adjective

  • Relating to or denoting the economic theories of the English economist John Maynard Keynes.

    ‘Keynesian policies’
    • ‘They also need to read some economics books to understand how Keynesian economics works.’
    • ‘Whether Keynesian spending is the cure-all seems doubtful, however.’
    • ‘The so-called Keynesian era seemed to prove that was good for profits was good for everyone.’
    • ‘They are Keynesian (to the left actually) in their logic.’
    • ‘It is the same Keynesian principle: the government can stimulate the economy by injecting money into the system.’
    • ‘Many economists have asserted that his economic policies were de facto Keynesian.’

noun

  • An advocate of the economic theories of John Maynard Keynes.

    ‘radical Keynesians’
    • ‘He is a traditional Keynesian in this regard, which may be his biggest flaw.’
    • ‘You don't need to be a Keynesian to figure out that if there's dropping consumption, there won't be any increases in anything else.’
    • ‘Like many progressive Keynesians, I supported growth policies to remedy a stagnant wage economy.’
    • ‘But, again, Keynesians would like to have seen more government spending, not less.’
    • ‘After four years of such warnings, rates remain near historic lows - just as Keynesians predicted.’

Pronunciation

Keynesian

/ˈkānzēən/ /ˈkeɪnziən/