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A Teaching Topic in Fiscal, Monetary and Tax Policy 

Money Growth and Inflation in the Long Run

This topic discusses the reasons that price levels have tended to increase over time in Canada over the past several decades. This topic discusses the social costs of unpredictable inflation, considers the ways in which gradual and predictable inflation may actually be beneficial and examines the tools that government has at its disposal in attempting to achieve a target inflation rate.

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