Great Inflations of the 20th Century: Theories, Policies, and Evidence
Pierre L. Siklos
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 308 pages
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Their Origins Development and Termination
An Analytical Overview
Conditions Conducive to High Inflation
3 Currency Competition Inflation Greshams Law and Exchange Rate
Deliberate Policy or Miscalculation?
Empirical Studies of the MoneyPrices Nexus
PostWorld War I Germany
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adaptive expectations advanced inflations Argentina August behaviour Bernholz Bolivia Brazil budget deficit cent central bank chronic inflation consumption countries credibility Cukierman decrease demand for money depreciation developments discount domestic Dornbusch Economic Review episodes equation estimates evidence expected inflation expenditures Figure fiscal foreign exchange German hyperinflation gold government debt Gresham's Law high inflation Holtfrerich Hungarian Hungarian hyperinflation Hungary hyperinflationary implies increase individuals inflation rate inflation tax inflationary expectations International Monetary Fund lags Makinen monetary expansion money and prices money demand money growth money supply month monthly nominal interest rate Note paper money period policymakers price level price stability rate of devaluation rate of inflation rate of monetary rational expectations real balances real exchange rate real interest rates real money balances real stock real wage Reichsbank reparations result Sargent seigniorage Siklos stock of money Stopping Hyperinflations successful currency reform Table Tablita TPPI unemployment variables Vegh