The failure of unconventional monetary policies to lift debt-ridden economies out of their post-2008 torpor has led many to call for big increases in public spending. But fiscal expansion could turn unconventional, too: rather than "tax and spend," or even “borrow and spend, some economists favor "print and spend."

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