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Zimbabwe: Grappling with Hyperinflation
Debaere, Peter Case G-0599 / Published September 13, 2007 / 15 pages.
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This case will lead students to a discussion of the causes and effects of hyperinflation. The link with fiscal deficits is explored, and so is the link with societal changes. The particular focus is on the hyperinflation in Zimbabwe under President Robert Mugabe whose government implemented a controversial land redistribution program. The case can be taught with a class experiment?see teaching note.


Learning Objectives

The learning objectives are to refresh students' memories about key concepts and tools from microeconomics and macroeconomics; emphasize the role of economics in the MBA curriculum; and show how analyzing economic agents as maximizers of profit and/or utility deepens one's understanding of the environment of the firm.

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  • Overview

    This case will lead students to a discussion of the causes and effects of hyperinflation. The link with fiscal deficits is explored, and so is the link with societal changes. The particular focus is on the hyperinflation in Zimbabwe under President Robert Mugabe whose government implemented a controversial land redistribution program. The case can be taught with a class experiment?see teaching note.

  • Learning Objectives

    Learning Objectives

    The learning objectives are to refresh students' memories about key concepts and tools from microeconomics and macroeconomics; emphasize the role of economics in the MBA curriculum; and show how analyzing economic agents as maximizers of profit and/or utility deepens one's understanding of the environment of the firm.