The monetarist theory is an economic concept, which contends that changes in money supply are the most significant determinants of the rate of economic growth and the behavior of the business cycle. The competing theory to the monetarist theory is Keynesian Economics. When monetarist theory works in practice, central banks, which control the levers of monetary policy, can exert much power over economic growth rates.
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