Every month, the Institute of International Monetary Research produces a series of notes analysing the latest monetary trends in the world's largest economies - the USA, China, Japan, India, the UK and the Eurozone - along with an accompanying video. Our latest note (April 2019) can be accessed under Research - Monthly Money Update as well as the latest video.
We publish a brief analysis on the relation between changes in money and in nominal income in 15 economies world-wide. You can access the charts and data that show the inflationary effects resulting from an excessive rate of money in the economy using data for the period 1981-2017.
Money determines income and the change in prices. The chart above shows the average annual % change in quantity of money, broadly-defined, and nominal national income in the various countries, 1981-2016.