Of or pertaining to an economic theory based on the ideas of , as put forward in his book , published in 1936 in response to the of the 1930s, and extensively extended by a large body of followers before and after his death in 1946.
2. noun
A proponent of Keynesian economic doctrine.

Sinking to as low as $1.2111 yesterday, the euro staged a rapid and dramatic recovery against the dollar, soaring back to 1.2339, an intraday move of 250 pips and a transparent intervention that had “all the grace of a drunk Keynesian at an Austrian economists meeting,” reports Zero Hedge.

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