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Designing Inflation Targets

In: Monetary Policy and Inflation Targeting

  • Andrew G Haldane

    (Bank of England)

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This chapter was published in: Philip Lowe (ed.) Monetary Policy and Inflation Targeting, Reserve Bank of Australia, pages , 1997.
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