Q. “A graphic curve which advocates a relationship between inflation and unemployment in an economy”- describes which of the following?
Phillips’s curve is a graphic curve which advocates a relationship between inflation and unemployment in an economy.
- As per the curve there is a ‘trade off’ between inflation and unemployment, i.e., an inverse relationship between them.
- The curve suggests that lower the inflation, higher the unemployment and higher the inflation, lower the unemployment.
- During the 1960s, this idea was among the most important theories of the modern economists.
- This concept is known after the economists who developed it—Alban William Housego Phillips (1914–75).
Source: TMH Ramesh Singh