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Inflationary impact of pricing by concentrated industries. Hearings...93d Congress, 2d Session... by United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee.

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Published by USGPO in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Prices.,
  • Inflation (Finance),
  • Pricing.

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StatementSeptember 4 and 9, and October 7, 1974.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 255 p.
Number of Pages255
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22234761M

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  Rising prices are hurting many industries including retailers. Shoppers may reject higher prices and cut back spending to preserve their household budgets. Retailers will .   Whatever the case, the relationship seems clear to this observer: the classic price-to-book value portfolio is essentially a bet on long-term inflationary pressures continuing to benefit certain segments of the equity market at the expense of others.   Inflation is defined as a sustained increase in the price of goods and services. In an inflationary environment, a gallon of milk that once cost $3 may now cost $4. Over time, inflation . In an Oligopoly industry a change in price by one firm will _____ impact the other firms in the industry. Type: Multiple Choice Points awarded: / Your answer(s): •none of the above Correct answer(s): not slightly significantly none of the above Question 2: In an Oligopoly industry sometimes there will be a price leader that others tend to follow. Type: True or False Points awarded.

  When prices for energy, food, commodities, and other goods and services rise, the entire economy is affected. Rising prices, known as inflation, impact the cost of living, the cost of doing. II. Measures of Price Inflation Price inflationismeasured withprice indices, and there area large number of price indicesavailable for theU.S. economy. These variousprice indices differ from one another according to the commoditieswhich they cover and also according to theweights (or importance) which isattached to the covered commodities. The third area of the markups impact refers to their positive correlation with price inflation [Chirinko and Fazzari , Bowlder andJansen ], which appeared also in the New Keynesian models.   Inflation happens when prices rise across the economy to a certain degree. Key Takeaways Cost-push inflation is the decrease in the aggregate supply of goods and services stemming from an increase.