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Correlation between high rates of inflation and economic growth?

High inflation = high price for goods

This means that when there is high inflation money won't be able to go as far so there won't be as
much consumption.

High inflation = low rate of economic growth

• High rates of inflation slows economic growth and hyper inflation will almost destroy an
economy but even a moderate rate of deflation is also harmful. Obviously there is non
linear relationship between them and so its not appropriate to use the linear models that
are commonly used in economic so correlation is not quite the right word.

Economics works in integration. No policy can work in isolation but rather it is
how each works on the presence of another. Neither can a sector be ignored
to cater to another sector. It is estimated that systematic implementation of
the monetary policy, immaculate monitoring of debt servicing, steady check
on prices are all an ongoing process. All policies need to be devised and
implemented because it is these concerted efforts that will help to reduce
looming ratios of poverty and unemployment. All said and done, it is the
continuity of major micro and macro economic policies and proper
implementation that is the key.

The most important economic variables are as follows:
1.Gross Domestic Product
2.Agreegate Personal Income
5.Supply and demand of Key Inputs (For instance Oil, Gas,Fertilizers etc)
6.Interest rate
7.Agricultural production
8.Industrial production
9.Exploration of Natural Resources
10.Consumption of money
11.Consumption pattern (pattern of use of lusurious and consumer goods)
12.Unemployment rate
13.Direct foreign investment
14.Domestic investment
15.Aggregate savings and savings behaviour
16.Capital Output Ratio
17.Volume of Governmetal Loans
18.Volume of Private Loans
19.Difference between birth rate and rate of economic development
20.Volume of Liquidity or circulated money in an economy.

Dear these are only the names of economic variables. A long debate can be

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