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Inflation, the quantity theory, and rational expectations

by Eduard Jan Bomhoff

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Published by North-Holland Pub. Co., sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier North-Holland in Amsterdam, New York, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Netherlands
    • Subjects:
    • Inflation (Finance),
    • Quantity theory of money.,
    • Inflation (Finance) -- United States -- Mathematical models.,
    • Inflation (Finance) -- Netherlands -- Mathematical models.,
    • Rational expectations (Economic theory)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEduard Jan Bomhoff.
      SeriesStudies in monetary economics ; v. 5
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG229 .B593
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 242 p. :
      Number of Pages242
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4096878M
      ISBN 10044485472X
      LC Control Number80011133

      Inflation is generally thought of as an inordinate rise in the general level of prices. From a theoretical view, at least four basic schemata commonly used in considerations of inflation can be distinguished. The quantity theory. The first of these and the oldest is the view that the level of prices is determined by the quantity of money. T. he Rational Expectations Model can be summarized through the use of four equations to define economic activity. 1. The Aggregate Demand Equation: AD = (C + I + G + NX) = P t Y t R. or. M t V = P t Y t R. Where M t V represents total expenditure as defined by the product of the money stock and its velocity (the number of times a unit of currency is used for subsequent transactions).

      In the U.S., TIPS-based measures of inflation expectations have fallen since the summer of and are somewhat below levels that would be consistent with a PCE inflation rate of 2 percent.4 Whether the Fed’s policies will be sufficient to return these expectations to more normal levels remains to be seen. Rational Expectations and Inflation Thomas J. Sargent Published by Princeton University Press Sargent, Thomas J. Rational Expectations and by:

      rational expectations imply the next two suppositions: 3. First supposition: F(Rt/It-1)=Rt*, where F represents a function of expectations; which shows that the inflation rate expected in rational way depends on the quantity of information It-1 available before the forecast, at the moment t 4. maximizes welfare, expectations are rational and markets are in equilibrium can account for several hyper inflation stylized facts. The theory is built by combining two hy potheses.


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A survey of the new theories of inflation that have developed over the past two decades in response to the inflationary pressures experienced by Western countries examines the shifting debate from explaining inflation as a "causal" process to explaining its increase as a result of constantly changing s: 1.

classical, Keynesian, monetarist, supply side, rational expectations Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. Bennett T. McCallum, Edward Nelson, in Handbook of Monetary Economics, 2 The Quantity Theory of Money.

Any exploration of the relationship between money and inflation almost necessarily begins with a discussion of the venerable “ quantity theory of money ” (QTM). There is, nevertheless, considerable disagreement over the meaning of this body of analysis.

Rational Expectations and Inflation Thomas J. Sargent This collection of essays uses the lens of rational expectations theory to examine how governments anticipate and plan for inflation, and provides insight into the pioneering research for which Thomas Sargent was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics.

The Quantity Theory of Money (QTM for short) is the very essence of the true definition of inflation and deflation. You see, most people think of inflation and deflation as the rise and fall of prices when it is actually all about the rise and fall of the quantity of money.

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InFederal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan suggested that hiking short-term interest rates would hold down long-term rates as investors lowered their views of future inflation, an idea that owes much to Lucas’ notion of rational expectations. Yet the theory of rational expectations has not lived up to its original promise.

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