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Costs and Inflation

Inflation, Costs of Adjustment and the Real Price Amplitude: Am Empirical Study

Inflation, Costs of Adjustment and the Real Price Amplitude: Am Empirical Study

... its costs of production to increase at a certain given ...adjustment costs the optimal policy would be to increase its own price continually at the same ...of inflation on the frequency and the ...

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Menu Costs and Inflation Asymmetries   Some Micro Data Evidence

Menu Costs and Inflation Asymmetries Some Micro Data Evidence

... the inflation rate in the aggregate, processed food and services sector calibrations ...of inflation rate when choosing current prices, the forecasting equation can be expected to have only limited effects ...

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An Inventory Model with Price and Time Dependent Demand with Fuzzy Valued Inventory Costs Under Inflation

An Inventory Model with Price and Time Dependent Demand with Fuzzy Valued Inventory Costs Under Inflation

... Abstract. In this paper, we have developed a fuzzy inventory model for deteriorating items with price and time dependent demand considering inflation effect on the system. Shortages if any are allowed and ...

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Inflation, interest rates and transaction costs: The U S  experience, 1953 1979

Inflation, interest rates and transaction costs: The U S experience, 1953 1979

... c o n s u m p t i o n , in o t h e r w o r d s e x p e n d i t u r e s m i n u s total t r a d i n g c o s t s w i t h this l a t t e r v a l u e b e i n g th e s u m of t r a n s a c t i o n s a n d s t o r a g e ...

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Inflation dynamics and real marginal costs: new evidence from U S  manufacturing industries

Inflation dynamics and real marginal costs: new evidence from U S manufacturing industries

... Most importantly, the slope of the NKPC is on average signi…cant for the manufacturing industry as a whole, with the sectoral estimates indicating that current and expected future values[r] ...

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Trade relations between Europe and the United States. Speech by Mr. Krag, Head of the Delegation of the European Communities, Washington DC, to the annual meeting of the American Importers Association. New York, 14 May 1974

Trade relations between Europe and the United States. Speech by Mr. Krag, Head of the Delegation of the European Communities, Washington DC, to the annual meeting of the American Importers Association. New York, 14 May 1974

... I am afraid that in less strong economic units such as the individual countries in Western Europe, the economic recession cr the fast inflation combined with high energy costs and the fo[r] ...

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Do Wages Lead Inflation? Swiss Evidence

Do Wages Lead Inflation? Swiss Evidence

... In a forward-looking environment, policy makers and market participants are constantly in search of indicators that might help predict future inflation. A wide range of measures of the state of the labour market – ...

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Three Essays on Macroeconomics and Financial Frictions.

Three Essays on Macroeconomics and Financial Frictions.

... Specifically for the conventional monetary policy, deeper interest rate cuts may be needed to stabilize inflation under a mortgage loan risk shock, given the intermediation costs varying[r] ...

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Dual Wage Rigidities: Theory and Some Evidence

Dual Wage Rigidities: Theory and Some Evidence

... quadratic costs of wage adjustment are significantly different from zero, rejecting the null hypothesis of no quadratic wage adjustment ...adjustment costs yields a substantial improvement of the model in ...

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Do Import Tariffs Generate Stagflationary Tendencies?

Do Import Tariffs Generate Stagflationary Tendencies?

... of inflation, unemployment, output, and steel tariff rate to steel tariff shocks, together with the 16th and 84th percentile error ...in inflation, an increase in unemployment, and a decline in real ...of ...

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Debt amnesia: homeowners’ discourses on the financial costs and gains of homebuying

Debt amnesia: homeowners’ discourses on the financial costs and gains of homebuying

... The ideological ‘normalisation’ of homeownership (Gurney 1999b), not least in terms of increasing homeownership rates (which nonetheless have fallen since 2004), deregulation of the private rental sector and increased ...

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Developing a Computer based Technology for Cost Escalation in Construction Industry

Developing a Computer based Technology for Cost Escalation in Construction Industry

... mitigation costs, schedule delay, strikes, technical challenges, inflation and local government pressures also causes of cost ...unexpected costs resulting from the fluctuations in the prices for raw ...

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Levelised cost of energy - a theoretical justification and critical assessment

Levelised cost of energy - a theoretical justification and critical assessment

... lifetime costs of electricity generation alternatives, levelised cost of energy (LCOE) lacks a theoretical foundation in the academic literature and encompasses a number of areas where caution is ...rate, ...

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Monetary policy in oil exporting countries with fixed exchange rate and open capital account: expectations matter

Monetary policy in oil exporting countries with fixed exchange rate and open capital account: expectations matter

... positive inflation shock, the real exchange rate immediately adjusts to the higher ...marginal costs which reduce inflationary pressures and leads to looser monetary conditions, mainly through a ...

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Expectations Driven Cycles in the Housing Market

Expectations Driven Cycles in the Housing Market

... 5.3.1 Productivity in the Consumption and Investment-Good Sector of Production Expectations of future productivity gains generate boom-bust dynamics in GDP, consumption, hours, investment and house prices. See figure 15. ...

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Expectations Driven Cycles in the Housing Market

Expectations Driven Cycles in the Housing Market

... and costs of adjusting the flow of investment generates a boom-bust pattern in output, consumption, investment and hours in response to news on productivity that do not ...an inflation targeting central ...

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Economic and non economic determinants of Iranian pharmaceutical companies’ financial performance: an empirical study

Economic and non economic determinants of Iranian pharmaceutical companies’ financial performance: an empirical study

... (GDPH), inflation in the pharmaceutical sector (INFD), and free-market currency exchange rate ...healthcare costs; therefore, it can be regarded as the fiscal policy ...

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The economic situation in the Community: Quarterly survey No. 2, 1967.

The economic situation in the Community: Quarterly survey No. 2, 1967.

... markets, absorbs demandpull inflation; persisting cost increases; costinduced pvice increase though smaller than the rise in costs ; shrinking of the profits of enterprises; deterioratio[r] ...

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The Impact of Inflation on Stock Prices:                    Evidence from Pakistan

The Impact of Inflation on Stock Prices: Evidence from Pakistan

... stock costs and ...high inflation predicts a financial downturn and keeping in view this the organizations begin auctioning off their ...stock costs have a tendency to go together (Rostagno et al, ...

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A Multi-objective Mathematical Model for Sustainable Supplier Selection and Order Lot-Sizing under Inflation

A Multi-objective Mathematical Model for Sustainable Supplier Selection and Order Lot-Sizing under Inflation

... the inflation rate. The effect of inflation has become a constant characteristic and a very important issue in several developing economies, especially in the third world countries ...of inflation on ...

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