By Malcolm C. Sawyer (auth.)
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Thus once inflation is established within the system, its removal is particularly difficult. For at each stage, there is little to bite on in the sense that with input costs as a substantial proportion of revenue, a relatively large reduction in profits and/or wages is required for a relatively small reduction in the pace of inflation. The price-making approach also reminds us that the reduction of the rate of inflation is likely to involve some redistribution of income. If price rises fail to match cost prices, then profits fall, and if wage rises fail to match price rises then real wages fall.
In which case (14) would provide the average relationship which holds over the course of the business cycle. Under such circumstances firms could, for example, maintain output at a constant level and allow the price to vary (relative to costs) so as to satisfy the demand consideration. The Modigliani analysis is restrictive in a number of respects. First, it deals with a monopoly situation. With oligopoly situations, the limitprice may provide an upper limit on prices, provided that there is some agreement, tacit or otherwise, that entry should be deterred and the effectiveness of collusion between the firms would determine how close they came to achievement.
Coutts, Godley and Nordhaus (1978) postulate that price changes depend on changes in normalised costs, where the normalisation is that the unit costs of production are calculated as they would be if the firm were producing at some normal level of output. The major part of their normalisation (see their Chapter 2) was to remove the effect of variations in the hours of work. In terms of our previous discussion, this would be interpretted as meeting the problem of variations in the price of the input depending on its use (and the level of output) by calculating its price at some normal level of use and using that price in the v-vector of input prices.
Business Pricing and Inflation by Malcolm C. Sawyer (auth.)