An economist who strongly believes the money supply is the most significant economic measure and it can be identified almost entirely by changing the money supply. Monetarists assume an economic health can be best controlled by changing monetary supply, or money, by a governing body. The major driver behind this idea is the impact of inflation in an economy's health or growth, and the belief that by regulating the money supply one can settle the inflation rate.
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