SEMIBOMBLA: Scheme of the Economists for Monetary Immobilisation through Bond Medallions and Blocked Assets, submitted to the Prime Minister of India on 14-5-74 : a sequel to the Memorandum on a policy to contain inflation submitted by 140 economists to the Prime Minister on 23-2-74
Includes Summary report of the Seminar on the Administrative Implications of the Economists' Scheme to Contain Inflation, Bombay, 1974.
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administrative amount bank deposits Bank of India black markets black money blocked accounts Bombay Bond-Medallions Brahmananda Brazil capital levy Ceylon circulation commodities Contain Inflation countries crores currency and deposit currency conversion currency notes deflated rates demonetisation demonetization Deposit Accounts Draft Ordinance Economists for Monetary effect excess liquidity exchange exemption experience face-value fall fiscal German currency reform growth of money hoarding holders of currency holdings hyper-inflation immobilization index number index-linking Indonesia inflationary interest Interim Wanchoo issue lead level of prices Medallions Memorandum monetary expansion Monetary Immobilisation monetary reform money supply netary notes of denominations objective old currency operation parallel economy partial immobilisation period portion price expectations price level price rise price stability production rate of inflation reduced reform measures Reserve Bank scheme for monetary SEMIBOMBLA Seminar Special Savings Certificates specified store of value suggestions tend tion type of reform velocity of money Wholesale Price Index