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Monetary disequilibrium and inflation

Hossain, Md. Akhtar.

Monetary disequilibrium and inflation

a monetary model of inflation in Pakistan, 1963-82

by Hossain, Md. Akhtar.

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Published by School of Economics, La Trobe University in Bundoora, Vic., Australia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pakistan
    • Subjects:
    • Inflation (Finance) -- Pakistan -- Econometric models.,
    • Equilibrium (Economics)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 43-50.

      Statementby Akhtar Hossain.
      SeriesDiscussion paper ;, no. 4/86, Economics discussion papers (Melbourne, Vic.) ;, no. 86/4.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG1240.5 .H67 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination50 p. :
      Number of Pages50
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2337355M
      ISBN 100858167689
      LC Control Number86228381

        The main emphasis of Friedman is on monetary description of inflation as his famous quotation is: "Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon." Friedman (; ; ) and Schwartz () point out in the Monetarists Model that the past behaviour of money supply to output ratio will explain the prevailing rate of secular price.   Monetary Disequilibrium, Endogenous Money, Stability and the Determinacy of Inflation Chappell, David; Matthews, Kent This paper examines the stability of the disequilibrium money model, with endogenous money and transitory interest rate control by the Central Bank. In the tradition of the post‐Keynesian literature, the.

      The goal of monetary policy is monetary equilibrium. This is true for any monetary arrangement that claims to serve a general interest among the population rather than to simply divert wealth to the ruler and his cronies. Monetary equilibrium is a situation where the supply of money equals the demand, given a particular constellation of prices. Monetary disequilibrium theory has some common ground with Austrian economics, but there is substantial disagreement regarding the analysis of business cycles. While monetary disequilibrium theory does include some consideration of the market process so important in Austrian theory, at its core lies a view of equilibrium as essentially a static.

        An inflation targeter will see monetary disequilibrium whenever the inflation rate is unstable. There is no direct objective measure of monetary disequilibrium, just a variety of ways to infer its existence from observations of various macro variables. Or micro variables such as the price of gold, if you are a gold bug. Downloadable! This paper formulates a simple monetary model to analyse the role of money in the determination of inflation in Ireland. The model suggests that monetary disequilibrium can affect inflation directly via the exchange rate and indirectly by increasing the rate of inflation in the non-traded relative to the traded sector.


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Why monetary disequilibrium theory is important to the future of the Austrian movement. How a local currency can help alleviate unemployment during a recession and enhance the price mechanism. Question everything. What we need is a new path. A different vision. Lucas Jr., R.E. Some international evidence on output-inflation tradeoffs.

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