Modelling inflation

by Roger Slater

Publisher: City of Birmingham Polytechnic in Birmingham

Written in English
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Statementby R. Slater and T. Smith.
SeriesOccasional papers
ContributionsSmith, T., City of Birmingham Polytechnic. Department of Government and Economics.
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Open LibraryOL13649742M

The nature of inflation dynamics based on the meta-Phillips Curve analysis is reflected in Figs. 2a–2d which show the weighted average sample size, estimated parameters and weights. The evolution of the average coefficient on the forward-looking term is a mirror image of the evolution of the average coefficient on the backward-looking term, a by-product of the fact that the sum of the two Author: Chrystalleni Aristidou. Downloadable! The paper presents an incomplete competition model (ICM), where inflation is determined jointly with unit labour cost growth. The ICM is estimated on data for the Euro area and evaluated against existing models, i.e. the implicit inflation equation of the Area Wide model (AWM) - cf. Fagan, Henry and Mestre () - and estimated versions of the (single equation) P* model and a. This open access book focuses on the concepts, tools and techniques needed to successfully model ever-changing time-series data. It emphasizes the need for general models to account for the complexities of the modern world and how these can be applied to a range of issues facing Earth, from modelling volcanic eruptions, carbon dioxide emissions and global temperatures, to modelling. Rewriting the central bank rule book on inflation. The issues associated with modelling such a key input as inflation expectations is particularly important given the long lags involved between changes in monetary policy and their impact on the economy. The existence of such lags has meant that to date central bankers have tended to base.

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  Output Gaps And Inflation. Oct. 26, AM ET Expectations about inflation are an important component of DSGE's modelling of inflation. This can be . The book provides cutting-edge analysis of increasingly important subject areas such as liability management, credit risk, and the inflation derivatives market, as well as taking a more global perspective of inflation-linked products, with case studies of burgeoning markets in Japan, Australia, Latin America, Korea, among others. $\begingroup$ In modelling inflation you absolutely have to take seasonalities into account. Usually inflation in summer is different from winter (it depends on the market and the role that traveling and heating play). If I remeber this correctly then this is take into account with inflation swaps. $\endgroup$ – Ric Jan 17 '14 at Money Stock Control and Inflation Targeting in Germany The empirical analysis conducted in this study is based on a linear state space modelling approach which offers an appealing and direct representation of common stochastic trends. The framework is less restrictive and it is encompassing in that it does not construe the persistent Brand: Physica-Verlag Heidelberg.

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Introduction. The domestic market for goods and services. The labour market. The foreign exchange market. The inflation spiral equation.

The dynamics of the inflation spiral. Determinants of inflation in the UK. Policy considerations. Summary and conclusion. Index. Series Title: International studies in economic modelling, Responsibility. The only way in which the latter can prevent union policy from producing unemployment is, however, to counter through inflation whatever excessive rises in real wages unions tend to cause.” ― Friedrich A.

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The views expressed in this Working Paper are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the IMF or IMF policy. MODELLING THE INFLATION PROCESS IN NIGERIA a’s inflation experience Nigeria has experienced all manner of inflationary episodes – from creeping to moderate and from high to galloping (see Table 1 and Figure 1).Average inflation during the period – was relatively low, the historical average rate being 5.

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The level ofconsumer prices is a mark-upover domestic and import costs, with adjustments for dynamics and relative aggregate demand. We address issues ofcointegration, general to specific modelling, dynamic specification, model. The Relationship between Inflation and Unemployment: A Theoretical Discussion about the Philips Curve Maximova Alisa1 Abstract Inflation and unemployment are integral part of a market economy, with socioeconomic consequences for the population of the countries in which these processes occur.

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which In turn are largely dnven by inflation expectatIOns. I.e. When modelling on this basis, it is important to recognises that inflation has a compound effect.

Hence for a cost estimated at current rates, the equivalent cost n years into the future is calculated as shown in the box below. Care should be taken to ensure that there is consistency in the phasing of the effects of the discount rate and inflation.

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