supply-side economics

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the school of economic theory that stresses the costs of production as a means of stimulating the economy

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Proponents claim large-scale investment will not occur downtown without priming the pump in the way Measure 20-134 would allow.
The most common application of this step involves the motivation and retention of key employees, but might also include areas such as priming the pump to increase sales, taking measures to protect profit margins, shoring up financial reporting systems and dealing with potential liability issues.
So that is why we chose these practical themes for Monterrey: precisely because they are essential to priming the pump of economic growth and creating jobs.
TORONTO and BOSTON -- Avotus(R) Corporation, the leading provider of communications expense management solutions, sponsored Aberdeen's latest research report authored by Christa Degnan, called Solution Selection Report: Total Telecom Cost Management - Priming the Pump to Expand Value.
government deregulation in the carrier space, will continue to confound companies struggling to understand and manage their telecommunications network expenditures, according to a new AberdeenGroup research report, "The Solution Selection Report: Total Telecom Cost Management - Priming the Pump to Expand Value.