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# deflator

## Definitions

### from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

• noun a statistical factor designed to remove the effect of inflation; inflation adjusted variables are in constant dollars.

• noun economics A factor applied to economic statistics in order to counter the effect of inflation

• noun a statistical factor designed to remove the effect of inflation; inflation adjusted variables are in constant dollars

deflate +‎ -or

## Examples

• If the deflator is higher, then longevity is less valuable. if the deflator is zero, then we have parity - a 20% increase in lifespan, GDP constant is the same as a 20% increase in GDP, lifespan constant.

Health Care Economics, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

• At the same time, inflation, as measured by a fixed-wage GDP deflator, which is a standard way of measuring overall inflation, was only 2.7 percent.

Press Briefing By Economic Advisors Chair Tyson

• The deflator is a complete work of fiction, so the actual GDP figure could be anything from -1% to +0.5%

The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

• A deflator is a unit that is used to equalize dollars over a given period of time.

• Lest you think I've cherry picked an accidental one-time embarrassing statistical moment, here's a chart of the so-called GDP deflator, which is the specific measure of inflation that is subtracted from the nominal GDP to yield the reported real GDP.

LewRockwell.com

• (There's something called the implicit price deflator which is a calculation using the two, but we'll spare you the details.)

FOXNews.com

• (There's something called the implicit price deflator which is a calculation using the two, but we'll spare you the details.)

FOXNews.com

• (There's something called the implicit price deflator which is a calculation using the two, but we'll spare you the details.)

FOXNews.com

• (There's something called the implicit price deflator which is a calculation using the two, but we'll spare you the details.)

FOXNews.com

• (There's something called the implicit price deflator which is a calculation using the two, but we'll spare you the details.)

FOXNews.com