stop-go

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stop-go (comparative more stop-go, superlative most stop-go)

  1. Alternately active and inactive; intermittent.
    We are suffering the consequences of three years of a stop-go economic policy.

Noun[edit]

stop-go (uncountable)

  1. An economic policy of this kind.
    • 2014, Max Schulze, Western Europe: Economic and Social Change since 1945 (page 277)
      [] the concern with increasing economic growth led to charges that stop-go was inhibiting investment and hence slowing the expansion of the economy.

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