Cost Push Inflation
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Cost Push Inflation

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    Nasir A.
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    Nasir A.

    All the contents in module 1 are concise and laden with insights. The lecturer really did just to a 3 unit course in minutes!

    Faizal A.
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    Faizal A.

    thanks my teachers

    Mahmoud Reda Ali N.
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    Mahmoud Reda Ali N.

    ما هي اسباب التضخم؟

    Ariel S.
    US
    Ariel S.

    what is cost push inflation?

    Christopher S.
    JM
    Christopher S.

    I understand a little more about how aggregate supply and demand works . But had a little trouble with cost push inflation.

    Mahmoud E.
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    Mahmoud E.

    very nice

    Lola W.
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    Lola W.

    for cost pull inflation does that mean there is more money in the economic

    Denil S.
    GB
    Denil S.

    The more inflation grows the more you have to pay for food. See example schotland wanted to be independent from grate Britain, if everyone voted for it freedom would be a rise on the product.

    GABRIEL FOSU A.
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    GABRIEL FOSU A.

    Cost push inflation is inflation caused by an increase in prices of inputs like labor, raw material, etc. When the price of the factors of production such as land, labor etc increase, it lead to decrease of the supply of goods and services.

    GABRIEL FOSU A.
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    GABRIEL FOSU A.

    Can it affect the standard of living?

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