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  • Low Rate Of Unemployment
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    Unemployment The unemployment report is released periodically and it contained a big surprise for many economists in 1996. Over the past months the reports showed the economy doing quite well. This economy has been doing so well that some economists were worried about reaching full employment rather quickly. Although the jobless would love that to happen, full employment would lead to high inflation and destruction of the economy. The consensus on Wall Street was that the Fed would have to raise...
  • Effects Of The Zero Inflation Monetary Policy
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    Introduction Hyper inflation has plagued most of the worlds developing countries over the past decades. Countries in the industrialised world, too, have at times dulled with dangerously high inflation rates in the post WWII era. With varying degrees of success, all have employed great efforts to bring their inflation rates within acceptable limits. Generally, a moderate rate of inflation has been the ultimate goal. More recently, however, a few countries have pursued policies that strive to erad...
  • Rise In Federal Fund Interest Rates
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    The Annual Inflation Rate Just about everything we do as a nation lends to the annual inflation rate. In this article, though, I have chosen four of the most important variables that influence inflation the most. Inflation is the sustained increase in prices, or in other words, a steady decline in the buying power of the dollar. I have come up with an equation that includes the following variables: the unemployment rate, the federal funds interest rate, per capita income, and new home sales. The...
  • Inflation And Economic Growth
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    Conflicting Goals in Economic Growth Goals of monetary policy are to 'promote maximum employment, inflation (stabilizing prices), and economic growth. ' If economists believe it's possible to achieve all the goals at once, the goals are inconsistent. There are limitations to monetary policy. The term 'maximum employment' means that we should try to hold the unemployment rate as low as possible without pushing it below what economists call the natural rate or the full- employment rate. Pushing un...
  • Gdp Growth And Higher Interest Rates
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    Daekwon the chef and Rza Shogun, Sergio Suarez, Sylvia Lin, Anne-Sophie Young Economics Final Report A Treatise on the Value of Economic Indicators The US Economy and Economic Indicators The United States economy is the strongest and the most affluent in the world. Besides having the highest GDP (Gross Domestic Product), the United States has a complex system of regulating economic policy and controlling the money supply. The system also regulates banks and financial institutions, and even has a...
  • Level Of The Natural Rate Of Unemployment
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    "That 5.5 to 6 percent consensus is easily explained: it's where the actual unemployment rate is. And that is usually been true: the estimated NAIRU tracks actual unemployment. When unemployment goes up, conservative economists raise their NAIRU. When it falls, they predict inflation, and if inflation doesn't happen they cut their estimated NAIRU. There is a long and not-very-reputable literature of such estimates -- you can look it up. In fact, this little corner of the professional record is e...
  • Level Of Inflation
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    The governments of most developed economies now appear to be primarily concerned with inflation and how to keep it down as opposed to maintaining full employment or restricting the money supply. However, unlike in other areas of the economy, the actions the government can take to control inflation are quite limited. This is because people and firms behave according to their expectations not only of inflation but also of what they consider the government will do. As a result of these implications...
  • Inflation And Unemployment With The Internet Article
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    In the following paper, we are going to assess inflation and unemployment with the Internet article, People Prefer Inflation to Prospect of Job Loss. Justin Wolfers, an assistant professor of political economy at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, is the author of this article. In this analysis of the article, we are going to provide definitions of inflation and unemployment. Then, we are going to consider the economic impact of the main points in the article on the economy and society's ...

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