The statement is - Inflation is caused by independant cost push factors and causes an increase in money supply .This is from the Keynesian school of thought.How would cost push factors ,say an increase in input prices , first cause an increase in prices and then lead to an increase in money supply ?( Shouldn't it be the opposite ?) And how would monetarists reject this claim ? Thanks in advance


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