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  author={Vikesh Gokal and Subrina Hanif},
Like many countries, industrialised and developing, one of the most fundamental objectives of macroeconomic policies in Fiji is to sustain high economic growth together with low inflation. However, there has been considerable debate on the nature of the inflation and growth relationship. In this paper, we have reviewed several different economic theories to ascertain consensus on the inflation – growth relationship. Classical economics recalls supply-side theories, which emphasise the need for… 

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