Inflation—the increase in prices of goods and services over time—has become a renewed topic of interest among media pundits, policymakers, and those in the financial services community. This column reviews the core theories of inflation through the context of Germany in the 1920s.
Author: John E. Grable, PhD, CFP, holds an Athletic Association endowed professorship at the University of Georgia where he conducts research and teaches financial planning. Dr. Grable is best known for his work related to financial risk tolerance assessment and behavioral financial planning. He serves as the director of the Financial Planning Performance Laboratory.
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