Goldilocks economy

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Etymology[edit]

The first use of this phrase is credited to David Shulman of Salomon Brothers, who wrote The Goldilocks Economy: Keeping the Bears at Bay in March 1992.

Noun[edit]

Goldilocks economy (plural Goldilocks economies)

  1. (economics) A not "too hot" or "too cold" economy, sustaining moderate economic growth and a low inflation allowing for a market-friendly monetary policy.

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