Does global slack matter more than domestic slack in determining U.S. inflation?
This paper employs a structural model to estimate whether global output gap has become an important determinant of U.S. inflation dynamics. The results provide support for the relevance of global slack as a determinant of U.S. inflation after 1985.
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