...exchange: MV = PY. If you hold V constant and change M and Y by the same rate, then P has to remain constant. In this case, there would be no inflation .
2 Answers · Social Science · 20/07/2013
... price can stay the same, but if the package is smaller, then that will be inflation . And the price level of a good may go up massively, but if the good has a low weight in the index...
3 Answers · Social Science · 26/02/2013
...of inflation is called demand pull inflation .Simply, since consumers have...on the market.Therefore the general price levels of goods and services will increase because an increase...
3 Answers · Social Science · 09/06/2012
positive or negative correlation? positive correlation - not only that, but inflation is defined and measured as being = the annual percentage change in price levels
1 Answers · Social Science · 12/06/2011
Inflation is an increase in the money supply. The increased supply makes each unit worth less. Because the money is worth less, merchants must raise prices .
2 Answers · Education & Reference · 25/04/2010
Price level targeting is similar to inflation targeting except that CPI growth in one year over and under the long term price level target is offset in subsequent years such that...
1 Answers · Social Science · 12/07/2011
Cost pushes the price of products up. Demand will decrease. Output will be reduced.
2 Answers · Social Science · 03/06/2009
Expansion fiscal policy will shift aggregate demand curve to the right. Inflation and real GDP will increase.
1 Answers · Social Science · 25/12/2013
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