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Say's law

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Pronunciation: /ˈseɪz
 
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Definition of Say's law in English:

noun

Economics
A law stating that supply creates its own demand.
Example sentences
  • The neo-classical resurrection of Ricardo and Say's law is yielding a Malthusian result in over-drive.

Origin

1930s: named after Jean Baptiste Say (1767–1832), French economist.

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