demand-side deˈmand-side adjective [only before a noun] ECONOMICS
demand-side ideas emphasize managing the economy through changes in interest rates and taxes in order to influence demand and so keep unemployment low:

• The government adopted a number of demand-side measures to regenerate the languishing economy.

— compare supply-side

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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