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On the origin and evolution of the word inflation

Опубликовано на портале: 04-12-2002
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. 1997. 
A historical look at the origin and uses of the word inflation, arguing that although the term has become nearly synonymous with "price increase," its original meaning--a rise in the general price level caused by an imbalance between the quantity of money and trade needs--is the definition driving many of those who advocate an anti-inflation policy for the Federal Reserve.

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