Revisiting the Phillips Curve: A Visualization from a Multidimensional Graphical Perspective

@article{RuizEstrada2013RevisitingTP,
  title={Revisiting the Phillips Curve: A Visualization from a Multidimensional Graphical Perspective},
  author={Mario Arturo Ruiz Estrada and Su-Fei Yap and Noor Azina Binti Ismail},
  journal={Macroeconomics: Prices},
  year={2013}
}
This article explores the possibility of visualizing the Phillips curve from a multidimensional perspective. We are using a new multidimensional coordinate space that is entitled "The Mega-Dynamic Disks Multivariable Random Coordinate Space in Vertical position". The mega-dynamic disks multivariable random coordinate space in vertical position facilitates the graphical visualization behavior of the Phillips curve from a multidimensional graphical point of view. However, we take as main… 
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