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Monetarism Versus Neo-Keynesism: A Comparative Analysis Of Romanian Inflation Process Causes

  • VALENTIN TOADER

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    (Faculty of Business, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania)

Our paper represents a study on the inflation process in Romanian economy after 1990. The purpose is to identify which are the most important factors that caused and sustained the inflation’s evolution in our country. In order to achieve our purpose, we will start our research analyzing the statistical data, observing the impact of the economic factors on the evolution of inflation. Using the data analysis results, the author will emphasize which of the most two known theories on inflation causes, monetariste or neo-keynesiste theory, represent the main cause of Romanian inflation process.

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