Central Bank printing money sometimes in large quantities, and let them into the market, directly from banks in an attempt to accelerate inflation. This is an extreme form of economic incentives with the position of the Central Bank of tools - for AMarkets materials.
A joint study ING IPSOS and shows that a measure of the printing press, in general, does not work, for example, in the European market. 12 thousand were surveyed. Consumers from all EU countries. Almost all unanimous on the question, where would you Delhi additional 200 euros if they receive each month for a year, said they would set aside this "godsend" to a savings account. Only 26% of respondents said that they would be allowed to increase in the monthly rate. 52% clearly were in favor in order to save money. 15% would pay the debt.
The idea of "helicopter money» (helicopter money) came up with Milton Friedman, a Nobel laureate. The idea to this day, and especially in recent years, mass criticism. Central banks have poured tons of money into the markets, but structural changes have occurred. In the consumer's mind, nothing has changed. And, roughly speaking, the money to the consumer, and not flown to "helicopter" CB. Liquidity settled in overwhelming insatiable hole of the stock market. But this has nothing to do with the welfare of the people, and systemic changes in the economy.