Searching for Nominal Anchors in Shock-Prone Economies in the 1990s: Inflation Targets and Exchange Rate Bands
AbstractWe do not intent here to explore the choice of nominal anchors in the context of major inflation-stabilization programmes, as this topics has been covered, to a large extent, in proceding literature. Instead, we focus on cases of moderate inflation, such as Chile, Colombia, Israel and Mexico. In these countries despite a serious disinflation and a market adjustment in fiscal and monetary fundamentals , there is still a moderate inflation rate differential vis-a-vis trading partners, and there is a policy goal gradually to reduce the differential in the near future.
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