Prices on everyday products like groceries and diapers have increased dramatically in the last couple of years, with inflation often being identified as the culprit. This video takes a close look at the potential causes of the post-pandemic trend of rising inflation, examining why supply chain issues and plain old markups could be responsible for ever-increasing prices.
- What are the potential causes of inflation outlined in this video? Which factor do you think is the most likely cause of rising prices, or do you think it results from a combination of reasons?
- Do you think government regulators should investigate if companies have raised prices to unsustainable rates? Why or why not?