announcement effect

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The effect of an announcement of a change in policy, even before it is actually put into effect. For example, a promise by the government to reduce taxes next year may lead to an immediate increase in consumer spending. Policy announcements can produce such effects only if the policy-maker has credibility.

Subjects: Economics.

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