The Chinese Inflation, 1937-1949

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INTRODUCTION
1.
F. Machlup, "Another View of Cost-Push and Demand-Pull Inflation," The Review of Economics and Statistics, XLII ( 1960), 125-39.
2.
B. Hansen, A Study in the Theory of Inflation ( New York, 1951), Chapter III.
3.
United Nations, The World Economic Survey for 1957 ( New York, 1958), pp. 23-33, 71-73, and 87-97.
4.
E. Lundberg, Business Cycles and Economic Policy, trans, by J. Potter ( London, 1957), p. 205.
5.
Hansen, A Study in the Theory of Inflation, Chapter II.
6.
Lundberg, Business Cycles and Economic Policy, p. 183.
7.
W. S. Salant, "Inflationary Gap," American Economic Review, XXXII ( 1942), 308-14; M. Friedman, "Discussion of the Inflationary Gap," American Economic Review, XXXII ( 1942), 314-20; G. W. Ensley and R. Goode, "Mr. Warburton on the Inflationary Gap," American Economic Review, XXXIII ( 1943), 897-99.
8.
J. M. Keynes, How to Pay for the War ( New York, 1940), Chapter IX.
9.
The terms "P-approach" and "Q-approach" were originally used by J. R. Hicks to refer to the analysis based on the adjustment through prices and to that based on the adjustment through quantity of output. J. R. Hicks, "Methods of Dynamic Analysis," 25 Economic Essays in Honor of Erik Lindahl ( Stockholm, 1956), pp. 139-51.
10.
For further discussion of this subject, see J. K. Galbraith, "Market Structure and Stabilization Policy," The Review of Economics and Statistics, XXIX ( 1957), 124-33; R. F. Harrod, "The British Boom, 1954-58," Economic Journal, LXVI ( 1956), 1-16; and T. Balogh, "Productivity and Inflation," Oxford Economic Papers, X ( 1958), 222-24.
11.
Lundberg, Business Cycles, and Economic Review, p. 207.
12.
Lundberg, Business Cycles, and Economic Review, pp. 176-79.
13.
Harrod, "The British Boom, 1954-58," Economic Journal, LXVI ( 1956), 1-16.
14.
United Nations, The World Economic Survey for 1957, pp. 23-33.
15.
For detailed discussion of these two types of investment, see E. M. Bernstein and I. G. Patel, "Inflation in Relation to Economic Development," International Monetary Fund Staff Papers, II ( 1952), 363-98.

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