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1h 31m
Lesson:1- Inflation : An Introduction
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An Introduction to INFLATION: Meaning & Definition INFLATION explained with the help of an Example and also concepts like Deflation and Disinflation is Discussed in this lesson.

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Nisha Nujumudeen
Economics faculty in IAS academy, M.A, M.phil in Economics, winner of National Award for Teaching Excellence in civil service coaching

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awesome teaching mam🙏 hope for new videos soon wd a bit slower teaching expressions
Nisha Nujumudeen
3 months ago
Ok bijay sure.
Bijay BG
3 months ago
thnx a lot mam .. hope to get imp topics videos soon
i did not understand english.
speak slower mam plsss
Nisha Nujumudeen
3 months ago
Ok sure
Nisha Nujumudeen
3 months ago
Hi anil yes tell me
great course mam ,hope for more videos,plz take entire integrated Economics course , really needed
Nisha Nujumudeen
6 months ago
Hii laxman.. thank you.. yes I am working on other topics too.. kindly follow for more updates
Laxman kundale
6 months ago
thank you mam ...waiting for ur kind guidance
Nisha Nujumudeen
6 months ago
Nisha Nujumudeen
6 months ago
You can also follow my special classes when this topic is takem for more interaction.. thank you
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  7. UPSC: Civil Service Inflation: Meaning & Definition Inflation is often defined in terms of its supposed causes According to Coulbrun, "too much money chasing to few goods". Crowther defines, "Inflation is a state in which the value of money is falling". Thus, inflation is a state of rising prices, but not high prices. It is not high prices but rising price level that constitute inflation Inflation can also be seen as a recurring phenomenon. e It is to be pointed out here that inflation is a state of disequilibrium when there occurs a sustained rise in price level. Inflation is difficult to define in an unambiguous sense.

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