An economist who is an advocate of monetarism.(noun)
Of, pertaining to, or advocating monetarism.(adjective)
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Use "monetarist" in a sentence
"“I remember,” he recalled, “saying the word monetarist and almost spitting it out.”"
""His influence on the FOMC is, I would imagine, substantial, particularly because he was known as a monetarist and an inflation hawk when he joined the Fed and now he appears to have joined forces at least temporarily with those in the dovish camp," said Gramley, a senior adviser at Potomac Research Group in Washington."
"He's something of a monetarist, which is okay; monetarists are good on the consequences of grossly inflating the currency. it's like nobody has ever been through a recession before ..."