PRICE ADJUSTMENT COSTS, ANTICIPATED INFLATION, AND OUTPUT
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Publication InfoKuran, Timur (1986). PRICE ADJUSTMENT COSTS, ANTICIPATED INFLATION, AND OUTPUT. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS, 101(2). pp. 407-418. 10.2307/1891122. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/1995.
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The Gorter Family Distinguished Professor of Islamic Studies in Trinity College of Arts and Sciences
Timur Kuran is Professor of Economics and Political Science, and Gorter Family Professor of Islamic Studies at Duke University. His research focuses on (1) social change, including the evolution of preferences and institutions, and (2) the economic and political history and modernization of the Middle East. His current projects include a study of the role that the Middle East’s traditional institutions played in its poor political performance, as measured by democratization and human liberties.