Calmer les prix

Calmer les prix

L'inflation en Europe dans les années 1970
Michel-Pierre Chélini, Laurent Warlouzet, et al.
Slowing Down Prices
European Inflation in the 1970s

Following the oil shock of 1973, a massive wave of inflation spread throughout Europe. Combined with low growth and rising unemployment, it had major implications on the social front with conflicts linked to indexed wage-pricing, for economic theory with the controversies surrounding the Phillips curve and monetarism, and for public polic y with the priority afforded to the fight against inflation at the expense of full employment.

This volume explores these upheavals through a broad historical lens, by examining countries in Western, Northern and Eastern Europe, as well as trade unions, businesses and international organizations, particularly the European Community and GATT.




Also of interest

Les banques centrales et l'État-nation
The Central Banks and the Nation-State
Olivier Feiertag, Michel Margairaz, et al.

Series

Académique

Subjects

History : Banque de France
Political Economics

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