A Theoretical Model of Industrial Economy Inflationary Dynamics
A standard monetary model of inflation is augmented to include import, labor, energy, and intermediate good cost pressures. Expansion of the original monetary framework is achieved using a cost function dual of the production function. Implications for parameter magnitudes and other empirical issues are discussed with respect to potential estimation procedures.
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