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Inflation Targeting in the Context of IMF-Supported Adjustment Programs

  • Mario I. Blejer
  • Alfredo M. Leone
  • Pau Rabanal
  • Gerd Schwartz

This paper analyzes how an inflation targeting regimes relate with the conditioning established in the IMF assistance programs, and, in particular, with its inclusion within the performance criteria associated with that conditioning. The paper analyzes the Brazil's case, the first country in an IMF program to adopt an inflation target, and the lessons that can be derived from this experience. In its last section, we evaluate the idea of using Taylor rules to assess the inflationary performance. Simulations generated by the rule produces are not very similar to the effective policy rates, although differences diminish when expected inflation replaces current inflation within the rule.

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Paper provided by Central Bank of Chile in its series Working Papers Central Bank of Chile with number 116.

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Date of creation: Nov 2001
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Handle: RePEc:chb:bcchwp:116
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