Theories on the Use of Inflation in Economic Analysis
The term inflation, in a first phase, was related to currency, money later and is now commonly used to describe the prices. This change of paradigm seems to originate in a sequence of unfortunate events, but probably inevitable. The article presents the main theories that have led to the definition of the concept of "inflation" highlighting the successive acceptiile that economists – starting with those classics, contemporary of Adam Smith – they have assigned over time of this economic phenomenon.
Volume (Year): 60 (2012)
Issue (Month): 4 (November)
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