Accelerator principle is the principle that a change in consumer demand will have an even greater percentage change on the demand for capital goods, so that firms produce more of a commodity when demand is rising and less when demand is falling. This has the effect of exaggerating booms and depressions in the economy. Also called acceleration principle.
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