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an economic law stating that supply creates its own demand (named after eighteenth-century French economist Jean-Baptiste Say)


The policy objective [...] "achievement competition" rather than "impediment competition," whereby the quality of products manufactured would create the demand for them, in a modern supply-side restatement of Say's law.

ordoliberal policy re: German firms

—p.137 The Intellectual History of a Dangerous Idea, 1942-2012 (132) by Mark Blyth
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