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Regular cycles of money, inflation, regulation, and depressions

Raveendra N. Batra

Regular cycles of money, inflation, regulation, and depressions

by Raveendra N. Batra

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Published by Venus Books in Dallas, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Business cycles -- United States.,
    • Depressions.,
    • Economic forecasting -- United States.,
    • United States -- Economic conditions -- 1981-

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRavi Batra.
      ContributionsBatra, Raveendra N.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC106.8 .B393 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 192 p. :
      Number of Pages192
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2553267M
      ISBN 100939352044
      LC Control Number85050598

      In his book Regular Economic Cycles: Money, Inflation, Regulation and Depressions, Batra argues that a growing concentration of wealth, measured as the 'share of wealth held by the richest 1 percent', is linked to bank failures and depressions. Unfortunately for his premise, the s have proven to be a time of unprecedented prosperity, as inflation has remained low and cost of living, in real terms, has declined. His book was well-written and I enjoyed reading it, but it is another classic example of the pitfalls of trying to predict the future.

      Economic and business uncertainty dominate today's economic analyses. This new Encyclopedia illuminates the subject by offering original articles on every major aspect of business cycles, fluctuations, financial crises, recessions, and depressions. The articles cover a broad range of subjects, including capsule biographies of leading economists born before However, this could easily have been a much better book than it is. The views expressed by the reviewer do not necessarily reflect the views of the Federal Trade Commission or the individual commissioners. David Glasner is editor of Business Cycles and Depressions: An Encyclopedia ().

      Read this book on Questia. This work examines the role money and debt play in our economy. It shows why we went from the gold standard to flat money, why that led to increasing inflation up to , and why inflation has receded since the money stock and, consequently, the inflation rate. Such a sequence of events would ensure that an ac-celeration in the rate of inflation, as well as tighter markets for resources, goods, and services, would be observed at about the same time, but again solely as a consequence of the pattern of money Size: KB.


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They can make all the difference between a winning year and a losing one. One of the best cycle methods for capturing stock market turning points is the set of weekly and yearly rhythms known as the Kress cycles.

In his book Regular Cycles of Money, Inflation, Regulation and Depressions Ravi Batra presented a calculation of decennial averages for i) money growth, ii) number of new regulatory laws or institutions and iii) inflation in the USA for a period exceeding two hundred years.

The cycles were. Inhe penned what was to become his first bestseller, first under the title Regular Cycles of Money, Inflation, Regulation and Depressions.

A central theme of this book was that the mal-distribution of wealth, which Batra found to be the cause of past episodes of financial speculative manias that were followed by a crash and : J (age 69), Multan, British Raj. It referred to the US, but mostly related to the inflation issue of the day.

Something prevalent in most economies at the time. From an Australian perspective, the proclaimed death was a fizzer for the first 18 months as the ASX went up 50%.

An. In this paper we investigate money, monetary profits, financial instability, and Basel III banking regulation.

We focus on the relationship between credit, money, asset price inflation, and cycles. Inhe penned what was to become his first bestseller, first under the title Regular Cycles of Money, Inflation, Regulation and Depressions.

A central theme of this book was that the mal-distribution of wealth, which Batra found to be the cause of past episodes of financial speculative manias that were followed by a crash and depression.a.

positive relationship between the quantity of money in an economy and inflation. b. relationship between unemployment and inflation. c. predictable changes in economic activity due to changes in government spending and taxes. d. irregular unpredictable fluctuations in economic activity.Monetary inflation is measureable because money is its own unit of account and can be counted up, unlike price inflation, which is not directly measureable.

Monetary inflation is also the starting point for the business cycle story, instead of a stopping point for many, like price inflation.