A review of inflation targeting in developed countries
AbstractIn “A Review of Inflation Targeting in Developed Countries,” Mike Dotsey examines five countries that have been targeting inflation for at least 10 years and whose inflation rates, though fairly well contained before inflation targeting, were nonetheless considered too high by policymakers. For purposes of comparison, he also looks at the economic performance of six noninflation-targeting countries
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Volume (Year): (2006)
Issue (Month): Q3 ()
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