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What is the historical relationship between rates of unemployment and inflation in the U.S. economy?

Sep 28th, 2015

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Hello Ellery,

Clearly, this is a topic that has been explored during many eras in history. This issue was first explored in 1958 by A.W. Phillips and so today we call it the Phillips curve.  Now let's get down to the relationship between unemployment and inflation in the U.S. economy. The theory behind his idea is that as unemployment falls than employees can push for higher wages thus causing inflation.  There was also a time where a time where there was something called stagflation which is where both the employment rate and the economy were both stagnated and at a stand still. The key behind the whole idea is to try to balance the rate of unemployment and inflation.

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Sep 28th, 2015

Do you think the situation has changed any today with unemployment and inflation?  Has it gotten worse or better?

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