In the next few years the likelihood of inflation is seen as a strong possibility and the cause of it is debated (if it occurs). There are a couple of opinions as to why it will occur if it does occur. The first being over stimulation of the money supply through the fiscal stimulus, which some economist do not believe will increase output but rather stagnate and simply devalue the currency. This is one possibility as to why the inflation position might occur. The other is less accepted the concept that there will be a reduction in the ability to increase output or a reduction in output with no increase whilst the money supply holds or increases. This is not a widely accepted reason for inflation since the 1970's when the augmented expectation phillips curve questioned the occurrence of such a situation. However if there is a reduction in the number of manufacturers and monopolies rise from the economic misfortune the price for goods will rise. As a result I think that it is likely that a form of price rise will come from a reduction in output ability and monopolisation over the next few years. When you put these two factors together namely the over increase of money supply through the fiscal stimulus and the monopolisation and price rigging that is likely to occur during the downturn I have coined the term dualflation. The reason for the name is based on the principle that there are two main causes for the inflated prices in the economy and that the term biflation is already used to denote when some prices are going down and some are rising. What do you think of that perception and terminology. Do you think it is useful.