The upswing in inflation figures on both sides of the Atlantic, called “reflation”, continues to worry governments and the general public. But what is behind these inflationary pressures? What are the consequences of this 13-year-high in the euro zone (4.1% in October); and 30-year record surge in prices in the United States?


To find out what caused these increases and to analyze what could happen in the future, we’ve turn to two HEC academics whose research is linked to the inflation question. Associate Professor Eric Mengus specializes in monetary and macro-economics. His colleague, Associate Professor Gaetano Gaballo is a researcher in the same domains, and he’s also worked for seven years as a senior economist at the Banque de France.


In mid-October, they reflected on a wide range of issues linked to reflation.Read more See for privacy and opt-out information.

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