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Inflation is a sign of structural social disequilibrium

Inflation is frequently considered as an economic problem. But inflation, considering the implicit fundamentals, is an economic, political and social problem.

Analyzing inflation at its essential level is extremely subtle. The monetary aspects are the observable elements of inflation. Inflation needs to include a monetary aspect in order to make it possible.

The existence of a supply push towards inflation is not observable but it can be perceived.

What is very hard to measure is the structural value disequilibrium that generates inflation.

This disequilibrium happens when, for example, there is a price increase in real-estate as the consequence of monetary aspects and the pulling of demand, but to such an extent that the values of the properties become unrealistic.

The integration of monetary disequilibrium with cost disequilibrium and value disequilibrium produce inflation that works as a perverse adjustment of the social system.

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Peter Belohlavek

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