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Study of inflation
Study of inflation
Study of inflation
Study of inflation
Study of inflation
Study of inflation
Study of inflation
Study of inflation
Study of inflation
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Study of inflation
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Study of inflation

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  • 1. Introduction Inflation: Is a general rise in the prices of most goods and services or a significant rise in the prices of the majority of basic goods and services that represent a large percentage of the consumer's budget. Issue : The inflation dynamic phenomenon danger lies in being a constant and must differentiate between temporary rise and one-time permanent and rising once.
  • 2.  the purpose of the study of my qualitative study is :  Excessive rise in the general level of prices.  Rising incomes, such as cash wages or profits.  Rising costs.  Excessive create cash balances
  • 3.  literature of review :  Inflation in Islamic jurisprudence Khalid Abdullah(1997) reformer faculty member in the Department of Jurisprudence, University of Qassim book speaks of jurisprudence consequences of monetary inflation, which also contribute to the calendar proposed solutions to deal with it according to religious texts in the light of the rules applicable jurisprudence.  Inflation in the GCC countries and the role of oil funds in the economic stability, Hatem Mehran, factors that could affect the inflation rates in the GCC countries, used Ssalslh annual data for a Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and methods of econometrics known unresolved identify important variables that Tair on inflation, and by estimating the relationship between the rate of inflation.
  • 4.  central question:-  How does supply of goods and services affect the price?  How this price brings fluctuation in the inflation rate?
  • 5.  Research objectives:  This research aims to deliver the idea of ​​negative inflation and the definition of its effects are harmful economically complex, which will affect first and foremost a citizen both a core part of the community and make it part of the problem to try to help avoid the causes of inflation, the responsibility to maintain the national economy is a collective responsibility, it is by following the way posed by Islam can avoid all the reasons that could lead to inflation and other economic problems.
  • 6.  Methodology:  This study was based on the descriptive and analytical approach.  I use web site  www. surveymonkey.com
  • 7.  Inflation Rate  In Fiscal Year 2006/2007 = 5.6%  In Fiscal Year 2008/2009 = 12.6% Again,  In Fiscal Year 2011/2012 = 7.7%  In Fiscal Year 2010/2011 = 9.6% Reason for decrease in inflation:  Decline in prices and their products.
  • 8.  Participant:  Analysts economy  Traders  Customers
  • 9. Data collective : Survey Questionnaire Interview Through www. Surveymonkey.com And result In my account in website
  • 10.  Inflation’s effects in an economy can be positive or negative.  The increase in Production (Y) would lead to increase in supply capacity of goods and services .  Increase in price of goods and services mainly leads to inflation.  The increase in supply make these goods available in low price.  Hence , increase in output and decrease in price increases GDP and reduces inflation.

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