Fisher Effect

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Fisher Hypothesis
... In economics, the Fisher hypothesis (sometimes called Fisher parity or the Fisher Effect) is the proposition by Irving Fisher that the real interest rate is ... The Fisher equation is This means, the real interest rate equals the nominal interest rate minus expected inflation rate ... For simple rates, the Fisher equation takes form of If is assumed to be constant, must rise when rises ...

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