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Approaches to monetary policy revisited - lessons from the crisis, 6th ECB Central Banking Conference, 18-19 November 2010

  • Marek Jarocinski

    (European Central Bank)

  • Frank Smets

    (European Central Bank)

  • Christian Thimann

    (European Central Bank)

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This volume contains a collection of papers, commentaries and speeches that review the strategic and operational decisions taken by the central banks to combat the crisis and that reflect on the lessons for the future. The contributions are grouped around five broad topics: monetary policy strategy, lessons from historical experiences, challenges for macroeconomic and finance theory, the international dimension of the crisis, and operational frameworks for monetary policy.

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This book is provided by European Central Bank in its series Books with number cbc6 and published in 2011.
ISBN: 978-92-899-0334-9
Handle: RePEc:ecb:ecbook:cbc6
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