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Feedback Rules for Inflation Control: An Overview of Recent Literature

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Feedback rules are rules aimed at guiding policy-makers as they face the problem of keeping inflation close to a desired path without causing variability elsewhere in the economy. These rules link short-term interest rates, controlled by the central bank, to the rate of inflation and/or its deviation from a target rate. The authors describe the most popular types of feedback rules and review some simulation results.

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  • Jamie Armour & Agathe Côté, 2000. "Feedback Rules for Inflation Control: An Overview of Recent Literature," Bank of Canada Review, Bank of Canada, vol. 1999(Winter), pages 43-54.
  • Handle: RePEc:bca:bcarev:v:2000:y:2000:i:winter99-00:p:43-54
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