Unstable Foundations: Assets Markets, Inflation Targets, and Canada's 2011 Policy Choices
As a 2011 deadline approaches for reform or renewal of the Bank of Canada's inflation-targeting program, questions arise about how the Bank's responsibilities for ensuring the financial system's stability are exercised under such a regime. The current financial crisis underlines the urgency of these issues.
Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): 278 (December)
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