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The Irrational “War on Inflation”: Why Inflation Targeting is Both Socially Unacceptable and Economically Untenable

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  • Graeme Snooks

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Paper provided by Institute of Global Dynamic Systems in its series GDSC Working Papers with number 001.

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Date of creation: Mar 2008
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Keywords: inflation targeting; war on inflation; social consequences; monetary policy; reserve bank; growth-inflation curve;

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  1. Graeme Donald Snooks, 2008. "Australia'S Long-Run Economic Strategy, Performance, And Policy: A New Dynamic Perspective," Economic Papers, The Economic Society of Australia, vol. 27(3), pages 208-232, 09.
  2. Graeme Donald Snooks, 2009. "Climate Mitigation or Technological Revolution? A Critical Choice of Futures," GDSC Working Papers 010, Institute of Global Dynamic Systems.

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