On the optimal mix of fiscal and monetary policy actions
We study optimized monetary and fiscal feedback policy rules. The setup is a conventional New Keynesian DSGE model calibrated to match data from the euro area. Our aim is to welfare rank alternative tax-spending policy instruments used for shock stabilization and/or debt consolidation when, at the same time, the monetary authorities follow a Taylor rule for the interest rate.
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