Why have General Anti-inflation Policies not Succeeded?

  • P. M. Oppenheimer
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The term ‘general anti-inflation policies’ I take to mean macroeconomic measures in the monetary, fiscal and exchange-rate sphere, supplemented sometimes by direct restraints on prices and incomes. The period under consideration is approximately the last twenty years (1955 – 75) and the countries mainly those of the OECD area.


Monetary Policy Trade Union Money Supply Price Stability General Policy 
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© International Economic Association 1977

Authors and Affiliations

  • P. M. Oppenheimer
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  1. 1.Christ ChurchOxfordEngland

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