reflation

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reflation

1. an increase in economic activity
2. an increase in the supply of money and credit designed to cause such an increase
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Slightly different estimates of intermediate consumption by industry results would have been obtained if the 1996 output and the resulting real intermediate consumption estimates had been reflated using chain-type price indexes like those used for most other BEA estimates.
Depreciation is reflated to current cost using indexes that reflect average prices of new assets for the year; net stock is reflated to current cost using indexes of prices of new assets for the current yearend.
Industry output for 1981 expressed in 1977 dollars (see next paragraph) is multiplied by the 1977 direct requirements per dollar of industry output to obtain 1981 constant-dollar intermediate consumption, and the results reflated by commodity to current dollars.
Under the new procedure, the quarterly interpolation is done in constant dollars and the resulting quarterly estimates are reflated.