Unresolved issues in monetary policy
Solomon held the office of president during a period of notably successful anti-inflationary monetary policy as well as rapid financial innovation and deregulation. In this speech, he discusses monetary strategy — in particular the targeting of monetary aggregates, interest rates, and nominal GNP — in light of trends in inflation and the uncertainties introduced by changing financial markets.
Volume (Year): (1989)
Issue (Month): Special ()
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