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nonaccelerating

Definitions

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  • adj. Not accelerating.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ accelerating

Examples

  • Two devices typical of American practice...are the nonaccelerating crescendo and a steady ground rhythm of equalized eighth notes expressed or not.

    Whatever Happened to "Classical" Music? Part II

  • Because, like Thomson says, they don't know "our" devices, which to us, we take for granted, one of which is "the nonaccelerating crescendo and a steady ground rhythm of equalized eighth notes" one finds in the blues, the instinct for all modern American music, even the Classical stuff.

    Whatever Happened to "Classical" Music? Part II

  • That such advice should be necessary, or considered "radical," shows the undue influence of the theory of the "nairu" — the nonaccelerating inflation rate of unemployment.

    He's Got the Whole World in His Hands

  • SECRETARY RUBIN: Well, as you know, there is a very animated discussion among economists about what is the so-called natural rate of unemployment, the nonaccelerating inflationary rate of unemployment.

    Briefing By Rubin Reich And Bailey

  • Nairu stands for nonaccelerating inflation rate of unemployment.

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  • The median estimate for the nonaccelerating inflation rate of unemployment, or NAIRU -- essentially how low economists expect the jobless rate to fall -- is 5.5 percent, compared with a 5.7 percent average jobless rate during the past 20 years.

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  • The dominant view relating to unemployment and inflation is that inflation will be constant at a level of unemployment (the nonaccelerating inflation rate of unemployment, NAIRU) determined on the supply side of the economy (and in the labor market in particular).

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  • I mention this because I think the chairman’s and the FOMC’s finest hours in recent years were their decisions not to tighten during the period when growth exceeded previous speed limits and when unemployment fell below previous estimates of the nonaccelerating inflation rate of unemployment NAIRU.

    Does a Former President of the Dallas FED Believe in the Law of Scarcity?

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