The political economy of inflation

by Paul Peretz

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The last chapter deals with inflation and democratic transition in Spain. This book will appeal to a wide-ranging audience, including students, economists, historians, political scientists and sociologists looking to improve their knowledge of monetary regimes and inflation.

Bankers, businessmen and politicians attempting to solve the problems caused for them by inflation, will also find this to be a useful by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: graphs ; 23 cm: Contents: Prologue / Fred Hirsch & John H. Goldthrope --The economic explanation of inflation / J.S.

Flemming --The politics of inflation in the twentieth century / Charles S. Maier --Inflation under central planning / Richard Portes --Inflation and income distribution / David Piachaud --The.

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Rather than attempting an encyclopedic effort or offering specific policy recommendations, the contributors have emphasized the diagnosis of problems and the description of events that economists most Reviews: 1. inflation, in economics, persistent and relatively large increase in the general price level of goods and services.

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Of course, the latter was caused by wage and price controls imposed for political reasons, followed by public policy implemented by employers coordinated by Ford's WIN (whip inflation now) and employers in most of the US fighting wage hikes even as real wages eroded, in part by slashing payrolls with early retirements with seemingly big payouts.

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Whether you've buried your money in a coffee can in the backyard or it's sitting in the safest bank in the world, it is becoming less valuable with the passage of time. This can create an incentive to spend money or, under the wrong conditions, a disincentive to. No, we cannot unscramble the economic, social and political where parliamentary government prevails and every citizen is en­titled to cast a ballot in free elections.

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