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From here he begins to develop his concept in greater detail looking at the case for a zero price level before moving on to consider the issue of productivity and relative prices the argument he develops uses historial evidence as well as a little formal analysis involving 4 aggregate supply demand diagrams but the level of rigour is not too onerous for the general reader. The alternative of anything lower than zero such as a price level typically falling but also occasionally rising in response to changing productivity is simply neglected zero inflationists neglect of the alternative of secular deflation along with their failure to consider the implications of productivity changes has led them to embrace a faulty monetary policy ideal. Less than zero the case for a falling price level in a growing economy 4pdf that is a great accomplishment in its own right but its full benefits will not be grasped unless we recognize it as a stepping stone towards something even better. Less than zero the case for a falling price level in a growing economy george selgin 1997 i introduction the case for zero inflation sluggish price adjustments are also likely to be uneven with some prices adjusting ahead of others so that equilibrating price level movements typically involve temporary alterations of relative prices. Less than zero the case for a falling price level in a growing economy london institute of economic affairs george selgin 1997 george selgin less than zero the case for a falling price level in a growing economy london institute of economic affairs 1997 find this book