Inertial inflation is a situation where all prices in an economy are continuously
adjusted with relation to a price index by force of contracts. Changes in price ...
Jan 5, 2012 ... Inflation inertia is when the prices keep rising because of past inflation, despite of
the lack of structural reasons for that to happen. Inflation ...
This paper develops a model of inflation inertia based on optimizing forward
looking staggered price setting in a small open economy. Unlike in current
Inflation inertia and inertial inflation: an historical appraisal of unstable theoretical
concepts 1 André Roncaglia de Carvalho 2 Abstract: The paper entertains the ...
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INFLATIONARY INERTIA. Guillermo Calvo, University of Maryland and NBER.
Oya Celasun, University of Maryland. Michael Kumhof, Stanford University.
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We provide a simple theory of inflation inertia in a staggered price setting
framework a la. Calvo (1983). Contrary to Calvojs formulation, the frequency of