• (adj): Associated with or tending to cause increases in inflation.
    Example: "Inflationary prices"

Some articles on inflationary:

Cosmic Inflation
... The inflationary epoch comprises the first part of the electroweak epoch following the grand unification epoch ... Following the inflationary period, the universe continued to expand, but at a slower rate ... to the theory of inflation, or to the inflationary epoch ...
Lawson Boom
... particular the 1988 budget) unleashed an inflationary spiral ... b) Barber's boom, 1972-73 (c) The Lawson boom, 1986-88 The inflationary pressures of the Lawson Boom were one of the reasons given for the UK's entry into ...
Inflationary Gap - The Mechanism
... national income, which is known as the inflationary gap ... The inflationary gap is always an ex-ante phenomenon, it is always expected to occur in the future ... He defined an inflationary gap as an excess of planned expenditure over the available output at pre-inflation or base prices.Given a constant average propensity to save, rising money incomes at full employment level ...
Redenomination - Inflationary
... In the case of chronic inflation which is expected to continue, the authorities have a choice between a large redenomination ratio and a small redenomination ratio ... If a small ratio is used, another redenomination may soon be required, which will entail costs in the financial, accounting, and computing industries ...
Timeline Of Environmental History - Big Bang
10 ^ -36 s Astro Electroweak epoch Electroweak epoch Astro Inflationary epoch Inflationary epoch 10 ^ - 32 s Astro End Inflationary Epoch 10 ^ -12 s Astro Reheating plasma 10 ^ -12 s ...

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