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Inflation, capital accumulation and economic growth

Donald J. Harris

Inflation, capital accumulation and economic growth

a theoretical and numerical analysis

by Donald J. Harris

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic development -- Mathematical models.,
  • Capital.,
  • Inflation (Finance)

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis--University of California, 1966.

    Statementby Donald Jasper Harris.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 103 leaves :
    Number of Pages103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21920905M

    Edmund S. Phelps was awarded the Nobel Prize in economic science “for his analysis of intertemporal tradeoffs in macroeconomic policy.” He focused on two distinct areas of macroeconomics: the tradeoff between unemployment and inflation and capital accumulation and economic growth. In the early s, many economists believed that the tradeoff between unemployment and inflation [ ]. Get this from a library! Capital, accumulation, and money: an integration of capital, growth, and monetary theory. [Lester D Taylor] -- This book will benefit individuals interested in a non-mathematics-based theory of capital. Coverage includes the factors that led to the financial market turmoil of Additionally, the author.

      The first neo-classical model was postulated by Solow and Swan in This is an economic model of long-run economic growth. The Solow and Swan model try to explain the long-run economic growth by looking at capital accumulation, labor growth or population growth, and increases in productivity, also referred as the technological progress. This equation relates the existing stock of capital k to the accumulation of new capital i. Figure shows this relationship. This figure illustrates how, for any value of k, the amount of output is determined by the production function f(k), CHAPTER 7 Economic Growth I: Capital Accumulation and Population Growth| FIGURE Output per.

      Second, it follows that as p. -» oo, the rate of growth along the equilibrium path converges to the solution to (A.I) and (A.2), y*. References Abel, A.B., , Taxes, inflation and the durability of capital. Journal of Political Economy Abel, A.B., , Dynamic behavior of capital accumulation in a cash-in-advance model.   Inflation and economic growth are parallel lines and can never meet. Inflation reduces the value of money and makes it difficult for the common people. Inflation and economic growth are incompatible because the former affects all sectors as indicated by: CPI or Consumer Price Index. A rise in the CPI indicates inflation.


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Inflation, capital accumulation and economic growth by Donald J. Harris Download PDF EPUB FB2

ECONOMIC GROWTH AND CAPITAL ACCUMULATION Suppose the economy is at (2), and that a thrift campaign sud- denly raises the saving ratio from 5 per cent to 10 per growth line of output shifts from y2 to per head begins to improve (as shown by the height of y~ above n near (2)), and the wage rate rises in the same proportion.

Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn by: Effectively, we show that inflation exerts a positive influence on economic growth when inflation is below %, while inflation negatively affect economic growth for inflation rate above %.

Their argument is validated on the premise that inflation leads to increased capital accumulation, which promotes economic growth. Conversely, Fischer and Modigliani () cited in Mortaze et al () suggest a negative and non linear relationship between the rate of inflation and economic growth.

Inflation, Growth, Inflation limits economic growth by reducing the and Central Banks efficiency of investment rather than its level. An effective way position brings an increase in capital accumulation and a decline in the real interest rate.

Finally, the increase in the rate of capital accumulation induces a higher rate of growth. capital accumulation and economic growth book Capital accumulation typically refers to an increase in assets from investment or profits. Individuals and companies can accumulate capital through investment.

Investment assets usually earn. long run the economic system is at best balanced on a knife-edge of equilibrium growth. Were the magnitudes of the key parameters -the savings ratio, the capital-output ratio, the rate of increase of the labor force -to slip ever so slightly from dead center, the conse- quence would be either growing unemployment or prolonged inflation.

3 - 5 % > 4%. This is because of the compounding of growth—the effect of the expansion over time in the base to which the growth rate is applied.

The formula g = 4gq reflects no compounding: a fraction gq of the initial quarter’s value of y is added in each quarter. But by the second quarter, the value of y has grown, so the amount of increase in y in the second quarter will be. The effects of inflation on economic growth and on its macroeconomic determinants Muhammad Khan To cite this version: Muhammad Khan.

The effects of inflation on economic growth and on its macroeconomic deter-minants. Economics and Finance. Université d’Orléans, English. ￿NNT: ORLE￿. ￿tel￿. Inflation History and the Sacrifice Ratio: Episode-Specific Evidence By Senda, Takashi; Smith, Julie K Contemporary Economic Policy, Vol.

26, No. 3, July PR PEER-REVIEWED PERIODICAL Peer-reviewed publications on Questia are publications containing articles which were subject to evaluation for accuracy and substance by professional peers of.

In the s, models of inflation and economic growth emphasized the portfolio substitution mechanism, i.e. that higher inflation made capital more captivating to hold relative to money. This caused higher capital intensity, and in the transition period to higher economic growth (Fisher, ).

However, in the s, in countries with high. The variables included in the empirical PVAR model are inflation, capital accumulation, output growth rate, interest rate, exchange rate, terms of trade and import dependence.

Our empirical results suggest that the long-run static impact of capital accumulation and economic growth on inflation is negative.

Capital, Accumulation, and Money: An Integration of Capital, Growth, and Monetary Theory is a book about capital and money. A root concept of capital is formulated that allows for most existing concepts of capital to be unified and related to one another in consistent fashion.

Capital Accumulation and Economic Growth in a Small Open Economy (The CICSE Lectures in Growth and Development) Stephen J. Turnovsky Economic growth is an issue of primary concern to policy makers in both developed and developing economies. Inflation and Economic Growth Robert J.

Barro. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in October NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Monetary Economics Data for around countries from to are used to assess the effects of inflation on economic performance.

models will be employed to explore whether inflation and economic growth have the long-run equilibrium relationship. Besides the main task of detecting inflation-economic growth relationship, capital accumulation will also be included to find whether it will relate to inflation.

The estimation will be conducted by Eviews linking inflation to growth. Monetarism reemphasised the critical role of monetary growth in determining inflation, while Neoclassical and Endogenous Growth theories sought to account for the effects of inflation on growth through its impact on investment and capital accumulation.

The paper also reviews recent empirical literature. Since inflation was found to have a negative impact beyond a threshold level on the economic growth, therefore, the relationship was taken to be causal running from inflation to economic growth and not vice versa.

the research conducted however did not specify a lower level of threshold below which economic growth would not occur. Economic growth per se does not cause inflation, but growth of spending beyond growth of productive capacity does become inflationary.

For the U.S. economy insome inflation. economic growth as such. These principles were such as to recognize basic patterns of interdependence in the economic system and interrelatedness of the phenomena of production, exchange, distribution, and accumulation.

In sum, what we find in classical economic analysis is a necessary interconnection between the analysis of value. accumulation of inputs and technological innovation lead to growth of output per capita. •This analysis takes the ultimate causes of growth from the previous lecture (institutions and incentives) as given.

•It focuses instead on accounting for the immediate causes of growth per capita, i.e., in • physical capital and • technology.The analytical framework of this paper makes use of a hexa-variate panel vector autoregressive (PVAR) approach on balanced annual panel data from 30 sampled import-dependent developing economies for the period, The variables included in the empirical PVAR model are inflation, capital accumulation, output growth rate, interest rate, exchange rate, terms of trade and import dependence.The study investigates the influence of capital accumulation on economic growth in Nigeria.

The researchers employed trend analysis and advanced econometrics tests to ascertain the impact of.