Government monetary action that causes a reversal of deflation.
Stimulation of the economy by increasing the money supply and/or by reducing taxes.
Expansionary monetary or fiscal policy.
The intentional reversal of deflation through a monetary action by a government.
government policy designed to increase economic activity, by increasing the money supply, or reducing taxation or interest rates.
inflation of currency after a period of deflation; restore the system to a previous state
Refers to the printing of money by a government with the aim of increasing asset prices.
An economic policy whereby governments use fiscal or monetary stimulus to a country in order to expand output.
When a Government seeks to restore deflated prices to a desirable level, by printing more money.
Restoration of deflated prices to a desirable level. When Governments reflate, additional money is printed, adding to the supply of money in circulation.
Reflation is the act of stimulating the economy by increasing the money supply or by reducing taxes. It is the opposite of disinflation. It can refer to an economic policy whereby a government uses fiscal or monetary stimulus in order to expand a country's output.