[BES16] Economic Survey → Sectors →Deflationary spiral, Philip Curve, Stagflation, Wedge between CPI-WPI, Is India’s GDP overstated?DEVENDRA VISHWAKARMA
- BES164/P6: Deflationary spiral, Phillips Curve, Stagflation, Creeping-Galloping-Hyper inflation
- BES164/P7: Is India’s GDP overstated? Why wedge between WPI vs CPI, Rural vs Urban CPI?
BES164/P6: Deflationary spiral, Phillips Curve, Stagflation, Creeping-Galloping-Hyper inflation
- General price level, aggregate supply and demand.
- Inflationary Gap, Factors related to cost push and demand pull inflation.
- Deflationary spiral and role of monetary policy.
- Phillips curve: understanding the relation between unemployment and inflation
- Impact of Inflation on borrowers and creditors. Creeping inflation, galloping inflation, hyperinflation, stagflation
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/GeO6fxDcY-Y
BES164/P7: Is India’s GDP overstated? Why wedge between WPI vs CPI, Rural vs Urban CPI?
- During 2014-15, while WPI went into negative range, CPI kept in positive 4-5% rang. So, Why wedge between CPI, WPI in 2014-15? Role of Base year, food prices, crude oil prices, service sector in this phenomenon.
- Why is rural CPI showing higher inflation than
- Is India’s GDP Overstated? Views of 2015’s Noble Laureate Prof. Angus Deaton on GDP deflator.
Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/UM0dStkM-IA
This concludes fourth pillar of our Budget-Economic survey lecture series
Powerpoints of all videos, are available here: mediafire.com/folder/xemd2vgz5a5d5/1_Powerpoints
Remaining lectures in BES16 series
Since some players are getting restless / worried- here is the answer to their question “how many videos / lectures left?”
|BES165: Paris Summit, Rail budget, energy-communication infra.||3:30 minutes|
|BES166: HRD-2015, Census-2011||2:30 hrs|
|Total remaining duration||6:00 hrs|
and that’ll be the end for this years’ BES-series.