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Do budget deficits cause inflation

  title={Do budget deficits cause inflation},
  author={Keith Sill},
  journal={The Business Review},
  • Keith Sill
  • Published 2005
  • Economics
  • The Business Review
Keith Sill examines the theory and evidence on the link between fiscal and monetary policy and, thus, between deficits and inflation. Sill concludes that whether deficits lead to inflation depends on the extent to which a country’s monetary policy is independent. 

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