Answer to Question #49242 in Macroeconomics for Bharat Arora
Causes for rise in prices in India
(A) Demand Pull factors:
Monitoring government expenditures, deficit Financing and increase in money supply, role of Black Money, uncontrolled growth of population
(B) Cost-Push Factor:
Taxation in rising cost, fluctuations in output and supply, control of Inflation.
Inflation is the continuous increase in the price of goods and services over a period of time. If money supply increases the investment increases, if investment increases employment increases, if employment increases household income increases, if household income increases consumption increases, if consumption increases demand exceeds supply therefore it is the situation of INFLATION. In the year 1990-91 there was a high inflation of 13.81% which was not good for the economy. The government has to take decision to control the inflation. In 1995-96 the inflation started reducing. But again there was a high inflation in 1997-98 for which the government has to think again. As the population was increasing the consumption was also high. The supply was not be met by the government and the demand was increasing. In year 2008 to 2010 the inflation was again in the two digit and it effected a large part of the nation. Too much inflation is not good for the economy and it should also be not too less. If the inflation is very low the consumption has to be reduced and if the consumption reduces the house hold income reduces, and finally a situation will occur where there be decreasing money supply.
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