Inflation and Unemployment Effect Economic Growth


  • Usman Abbas The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan


Almost all nations want to achieve steady economic development. It has been practically hard to reach this target because of the diversity of elements that impact economic expansion. Its most important aspect of the socioeconomic strategy is indeed the regulation of hyperinflation and economic development (Barro, 1995). Its influence of hyperinflation and jobless on Pakistan's economy's performance was investigated in this research. The historical sequence data used between 1985 to 2018 was derived via the Global Central Database. The findings of unit roots ADF reveal that socioeconomic development is stagnant on both levels or the first difference, whereas jobless and hyperinflation are static only on the first difference. The Autoregressive Distributive Lagged (ARDL) Model was also employed in this investigation. The Autoregressive distributed lag findings reveal that now the factors exhibit co-integration, suggesting that they possess a longer-term connection. A strong association between net capital creation and productivity expansion offsets the adverse connection between jobless hyperinflation and economic development.




How to Cite

Abbas, U. (2022). Inflation and Unemployment Effect Economic Growth. Pakistan Journal of Economic Studies (PJES), 5(2), 427–437. Retrieved from