Measuring the stance of monetary policy in zero lower bound environments
With interest rates near the zero lower bound, I propose a simple framework to indicate the monetary policy stance as a “shadow short rate”. I apply a one-factor model to Japan, provide associated economic intuition, and discuss multiple-factor extensions.
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- Leo Krippner, 2012.
"Measuring the stance of monetary policy in zero lower bound environments,"
CAMA Working Papers
2012-35, Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University.
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