Protecting profits during inflation and recession

by Bruce M. Bradway

Publisher: Addison-Wesley in Reading, MA

Written in English
Published: Pages: 224 Downloads: 759
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Subjects:

  • Industrial management -- Effect of inflation on.,
  • Small business -- Finance.,
  • Finance, Personal.

Edition Notes

StatementBruce M. Bradway, Robert E. Pritchard.
ContributionsPritchard, Robert E., 1941- joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD49.5 .B78
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 224 p. :
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4106433M
ISBN 100201000741
LC Control Number80021156
OCLC/WorldCa6649502

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Consider first the situation in Figurewhich is similar to the U.S. economy during the recession. The intersection of aggregate demand (AD 0) and aggregate supply (SRAS 0) is occurring below the level of potential GDP as the LRAS curve indicates. At the equilibrium (E 0), a recession.

This paper examines inflation dynamics in the United States sincewith a particular focus on the Great Recession. A puzzle emerges when Phillips curves estimated over are used to predict inflation over inflation should have fallen by more than it did.

Creeping inflation is the normal, mild inflation most economies want and expect. For instance, the Federal Reserve sets their polices hoping to target a 2% inflation rate.

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Inflation means that running your business costs more. What that does, of course, is put pressure on profits.

Profit margins go down. We haven’t had ruinous levels of inflation since the early s (something for which Volcker’s own chairmanship deserves great credit). We have, however, had a severe recession and a weak recovery, beginning a decade ago, and it is not at all clear the Fed is well-equipped to prevent a recurrence.

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