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Fiscal and monetary interaction under monetary policy uncertainty

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  • Di Bartolomeo Giovanni
  • Giuli Francesco

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Despite the recent increasing number of studies on monetary policy uncertainty, its role on the strategic interactions between fiscal and monetary policies has not been fully explored. Our paper aims to fill this gap by tackling this issue by evaluating the consequences produced by multiplicative uncertainty in such a context.

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Keywords: Monetary-fiscal policy interactions; paramenter uncertainty; symbiosis; monetary policy attenuation;

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