8 edition of Inflation: the problems it creates and the policies it requires found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Arthur M. Okun, Henry M. Fowler [and] Milton Gilbert.|
|Series||The Charles C. Moskowitz lectures,, no. 10|
|Contributions||Fowler, Henry H., 1908-, Gilbert, Milton, 1909-|
|LC Classifications||HG538 .O5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 232 p.|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||75114759|
There are two types of fiscal policy. The most widely-used is expansionary, which stimulates economic ss uses it to end the contraction phase of the business cycle when voters are clamoring for relief from a government either spends more, cuts taxes, or idea is to put more money into consumers' hands, so they spend more. With real GDP growing briskly in the first half of , the Fed became concerned that inflation would increase, even though the inflation rate at the time was about 2%, and in June , it raised its goal for the federal funds rate to 5% and continued raising the rate until it reached % in May
Except for when inflation hit %, inflation has hovered between % and % in all the other years between and , so the inflation goal was met or nearly met, but unemployment fluctuated between % and % during those years. The best that we can hope for right now is a Fed that creates as few unintended consequences as possible. Unfortunately, such an outcome requires .
OK, wait, no, I see it. To break a wage-price spirral, you advise a neoclassical tightening of monetary policy — issuing Treasury bonds (for example) at high rates to deliberately drive out private investment — or a neoclassical tightening of fiscal policy — firing highly-paid workers, shutting down parts of the government sector — while driving said people into the fixed-wage JG sector. The return of inflation to a very low and stable level led to a second shift in the Phillips curve in the mids, back to a relationship between the level of inflation and the unemployment rate. In addition to this shift in the persistence of inflation, many researchers have found that the Phillips curve has been very flat since the s.
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Series Title: Brookings Institution. The new government set an annual inflation rate of zero to 2 percent as the central bank’s key objective. The simplicity of the target was seen as part of its appeal — no excuses, no hedging.
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By Lawrence R. Klein. Varieties of Monetary Experience. David Meiselman Inflation: The Problems it. In economics, inflation is a sustained increase in the general price level of goods and services in an economy over a period of time. When the general price level rises, each unit of currency buys fewer goods and services; consequently, inflation reflects a reduction in the purchasing power per unit of money – a loss of real value in the medium of exchange and unit of account within the economy.
Inflation is the rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising and, consequently, the purchasing power of currency is falling. Central banks attempt to limit inflation.
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Their forecast that inflation and unemployment would improve in proved wide of the mark—the unemployment rate rose from % to % (an increase of 20%), while the rate of inflation measured by the change in the implicit price deflator barely changed from % to %.
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Inflation accounting comprises a range of accounting models designed to correct problems arising from historical cost accounting in the presence of high inflation and hyperinflation. For example, in countries experiencing hyperinflation the International Accounting Standards Board requires corporations to implement financial capital maintenance in units of constant purchasing power in terms of.
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By drawing a scatterplot of the data for the rates of unemployment and inflation in the British economy between andhe found that low rates of unemployment were associated with high rates of inflation, and high unemployment with low inflation. which in turn creates a bargaining gap of 1%.
In the recession shown, the downward. "Inflation: The Problems and Prospects before Us," in Inflation: The Problems It Creates and the Policies It Requires (with Henry M. Fowler and Milton Gilbert). New York: New York University Press, Brookings Reprint "Notes and Numbers on the Profits Squeeze" (with George L.
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In economics, stagflation or recession-inflation is a situation in which the inflation rate is high, the economic growth rate slows, and unemployment remains steadily high. It presents a dilemma for economic policy, since actions intended to lower inflation may exacerbate unemployment.
The term, a portmanteau of stagnation and inflation, is generally attributed to Iain Macleod, a British. Inflation creates other opportunities for sophisticated institutions to unfairly take advantage of the average individual, in many people's minds.
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Measuring changes in average price levels requires the use of a device called an index. It is impossible to keep an accurate record of every price change for every good and service in the economy at all times.
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