The theory of inflation : an Edward Elgar research review

The Theory of Inflation presents in one volume a comprehensive description of the historical inflation record, surveys the current state of knowledge on the fundamental forces that cause inflation and the mechanisms that propagate it, and examines the costs of inflation and the problems of achieving...

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Main Author: Parkin, Michael
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham, UK Edward Elgar Publishing Limited 2016, c. 2016
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Collection: Edward Elgar eBook Archive - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:The Theory of Inflation presents in one volume a comprehensive description of the historical inflation record, surveys the current state of knowledge on the fundamental forces that cause inflation and the mechanisms that propagate it, and examines the costs of inflation and the problems of achieving price stability. Professor Parkin's selection draws both upon the contribution of mainstream economists - whose work has been based on market demand and supply - and a new generation whose work has emphasized the importance of technology and preferences. This volume, as the introduction states, indicates that there is much of value to be learnt from both approaches
Physical Description:680 p.
ISBN:9781784719036