By Issam Abu-Ghallous & Luan Eshtrefi
One of the most challenging economic dilemmas today, which effects business leaders and consumers, is high inflation. On average, prices have risen about 7.9% since 2021, with some commodities experiencing close to 50% price inflation. These videos examine topics such as:
- The causes of current high inflation
- The implications of higher prices
- What you should know and do to survive the rapid hike in prices
Macroeconomic Indicators: GDP and Unemployment
Inflationary Pressures and Sectoral Examples
Sources and Implications of Inflation
Projections and Takeaways
About Issam Abu-Ghallous
Associate Professor of Economics, DeVry University
Issam earned a BA in Business Administration from Bethlehem University in Palestine, an MBA from Lewis University, and a Ph.D. in International Economic Development from the University of Southern Mississippi. Issam joined DeVry University in 2015 and is currently teaching and designing economics and international relations courses.
About Luan Eshtrefi
Associate Professor of Business and Economics, DeVry University
Dr. Eshtrefi has two decades of experience in higher education, mainly teaching abroad. He teaches Business Economics and International Business at the Keller Graduate School of Management and has research interests in the fields of regional integration economics, entrepreneurship, and international business.
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