Since the Great Financial Crisis, inflation has been quiescent across the developed world, despite some initial fears about Quantitative Easing’s (QE) impact. In fact, developed central banks have struggled to raise inflation to their targets. Against this backdrop, doubts have built about their ability to generate inflation, and many economists have argued that the high inflation of the 1970s was the exception rather than the rule.

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