Why was it so difficult to find an effective solution to inflation problems between 1964 and 1983?
It is due to the nature of economic policy. Normally inflation and unemployment are inversely related, so policy decisions can be made to cure one at the expense of the other (for instance, raising of interest rates lowers inflation but risks stifling business growth). During the period between 1964 and 1983, we experienced "stagflation" (high unemployment AND high inflation). So when we experience both at the same time, policy makers have their hands tied as to what to do. If they decide to try to get inflation lower, they risk making unemployment worse (and it's already bad) and if they try to get employment lower, they risk making inflation worse.
Solutions for inflation are, A. Technological advancement as it will decrease the per unit cost in the country and will support the industries to meet the excess demand pull and cost push problems. That will reduce the inflation in Pakistan. B. If it is demand pull inflation so Government should charge higher amount of taxes and facilitate more with the help of subsidies to firms by which they could meet up the problems of excessive…
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be paitence and grow the crop as usal bcoz india is the main exporter country in exporting the cereals paddy etc..... Now the population are icreasing day by day ......... if farmer are make mind to drop the plan then they inflation remain same ...... to drop the plan is not a solution to solve the problem of inflation //////
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