k-percent rule


A theory of controlling money supply growth first proposed by the economist Milton Friedman. According to this theory, the most effective way to control inflation is to have a central bank increase the money supply by a certain amount (the "k" variable) each year, regardless of the state of the economy. The k variable is equal to the growth of the real Gross Domestic Product.
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