Definition of supply-side in English:

supply-side

adjective

Economics
  • Relating to or denoting a policy designed to increase output and employment by changing the conditions under which goods and services are supplied, especially by measures that reduce regulation and taxation.

    Compare with demand-side
    • ‘The backlash brought monetarist and supply-side doctrines into prominence.’
    • ‘Eradication of the plants used as the raw material for narcotics production is one of many supply-side policy options available to governments.’
    • ‘These results question Canada's mass expenditure on supply-side policies.’
    • ‘Both concentrate on supply-side policy, using the stick of ‘employability’ as an excuse to downgrade welfare benefits.’
    • ‘The most common types of regional policies are supply-side policies, which attempt to improve the environment for local investment by upgrading the quality of the local production factor inputs.’
    monetarist
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Pronunciation

supply-side

/səˈplʌɪsʌɪd/