The quantity theory of money is a theory that variations in price relate to variations in the money supply. The most common version, sometimes called the neo-quantity theory or Fisherian theory, suggests there is a mechanical and fixed proportional relationship between changes in the money supply and the general price level. This popular, albeit controversial, formulation of the quantity theory of money is based upon an equation by American economist Irving Fisher.
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