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Cents and Non-Cents the Nemesis of Inflation

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What is the root cause of inflation? { } Too much money in circulation. { } Demand for goods exceeds supply. { } Increase in the cost of production. { } All of the above. { } None of the above. For millennia, the waywardness of inflation has vexed economists and financial experts alike yet neither individuals nor nations have succeeded in coming to grips with it. Across th ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published September 28th 2015 by Platinum Press Inc.
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Rakhi Jayashankar
May 21, 2016 rated it liked it
My rating is 3.5
Money value falls, inflation affects Nation's economic security, foreign investment required, RBI changes interest rates etc are bits of news we come across. Very few have taken the pain to know what is happening and why in detail. Even fewer understand it. We always blame the government for commodity price hike or any price hike for that matter.
Mohammed Saif, in his book Cents and non-cents addresses the nemesis of inflation in a simpler language enabling the laymen comprehend
Privy Trifles
May 30, 2016 rated it really liked it
I like the research which went behind this book and that is what makes this book a decent read as the author doesnt expect the readers to be well versed with economy but rather as someone who looks up to him to teach them about it all. The author succeeds to quite an extent.

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