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Overcoming Our Inordinate Fear of Inflation

by Caroline Murphy Caroline Murphy 1 Comment

The harm of inflation cited in economics textbooks seems laughably unimportant. For example, inflation generates so-called shoe-leather costs — a term for the hassle of moving money from one’s brokerage or savings account to one’s checking account. This hassle is larger when prices change a lot, since you have to put spending cash in your wallet more often.

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