- Florida Economists Are Bearers Of Yet More Bad Revenue News. Sigo, Shelly // Bond Buyer;3/17/2009, Vol. 367 Issue 33081, p3
The article offers significant information on the economic condition of in Florida in 2009. It reports that the state has encountered finance deflation since its general revenue estimating conference was flat. It claims that after the deflation the state's conference reduced its general...
- Oct. ECRI Drops to 119.9 From 121.6 in September. Ferris, Craig T. // Bond Buyer;11/6/2006, Vol. 358 Issue 32502, p41
The article reports on the drop of U.S. inflationary pressures in October 2006 as the future inflation gauge declined to 119.9 from an upwardly revised 121.6 in September based on the data released by the Economic Cycle Research Institute. The decline had already been pervasive and persistent...
- PUBLIC FINANCE AND THE COMPOUND-INTEREST PRINCIPLE. Bullock, C. J. // Quarterly Journal of Economics;Aug38, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p641
This article focuses on public finance and the principle of compound interest. The methods of collecting and handling such data are always more or less imperfect, and may have been poorer at the beginning than they are today. This possibility introduces an element of uncertainty into the...
- Government expenditure and economic growth in the developed countries: 1952-76. Landau, Daniel L. // Public Choice;1985, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p459
Discusses the condition of economic growth and government expenditure in national product of developed countries from 1952 to 1976. Relationship between average growth rate and average share of government consumption expenditure in national income; Way of estimating the effect of government...
- How to Beat Deflation Take Action with Unconventional Monetary Policies. Ito, Takatoshi // Japanese Economy;Spring2003, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p7
Discusses how the Japanese government can beat deflation. Problems caused by deflation; Cause of the Japanese deflation; Fiscal and monetary policies that the government should apply.
- Risk of inflation, deflation not equal. Greenberg, Dean // Inside Tucson Business;12/15/2003, Vol. 13 Issue 23, p8
Reports on the condition of inflation and deflation in the U.S. Comments on the direct conflict of the potential ravages of deflation against inflation; Rise in the availability of U.S. dollars in foreign markets; Impact of an increased trade on the value of currency.
- Comments and Discussion. Sachs, Jeffrey D. // Brookings Papers on Economic Activity;1985, Issue 1, p186
Every year economists in the U.S. are faced with some questions such as how much did the dollar appreciation contribute to disinflation? Can the policy mix explain changes in the exchange rate? Should we expect a depreciation that will offset the effects of the appreciation? Was the optimal...
- CORRESPONDENCE. Antonicello Jr., Nicholas J.; Majors, Bruce; Borkat, Philip; Queeney, Tim; Berg, Robert Golden; Smith, Timothy H. // New Republic;10/28/81, Vol. 185 Issue 17, p7
Presents several letters to the editor referencing articles and topics published in previous issues. Comments on the article titled "Organization Manatt," authored by Timothy Noah, published in the October 7 issue; Views on Chuck Manatt, chairman of the Democratic National Committee; Opinion on...
- Disinflation in the 1990s: The experience of the industrialized world. Paulin, Graydon // Bank of Canada Review;Spring95, p35
Focuses on broad-based disinflation in industrialized countries in the 1990s. Commitment to price stability as a major factor; Slowed down pace of disinflation since 1992 despite weak demand conditions; Interesting features of this broad-based disinflation incident.